There’s a saying on Capitol Hill that Congress works in two time frames: now, and not now.
NAFCU lobbyist says vote could come any time in Senate but most likely after recess next week.
Conservative, libertarian groups speak out for raising the member business lending cap for credit unions.
The credit union industry is in full-court press over a possible vote in the Senate to expand member business lending. Congress’ spring break could have allowed credit unions a lobbying breather had it not been for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s promise for a vote on the member business lending...
The credit union industry is in full-court press over a possible vote in the Senate to expand member business lending.
Legislation that would raise the cap on credit unions' business loans to members is poised for a mid-April showdown in the Senate.
Congressional Federal Credit Union has announced that 188 members of Congress have agreed to serve as honorary race chairs for the Credit Union Cherry Blossom 10 Mile Run 5K Run-Walk.
Bankers lobby asks its members to write senators to oppose latest version of Senate bill to raise member business lending cap.
WASHINGTON—The political pitch to raise the credit union member business lending cap are claims that doing so will spur job growth. According to credit union executives that attended this year’s Governmental Affairs Conference, that claim is more than just wishful thinking.
Mark Udall (D-Colo.) has repackaged and reintroduced his bill to remove the cap on credit union member business lending, setting it up for a possible vote by the full chamber.