This preview from next week's print edition looks at what credit union lobbyists win, or don't win, on Capitol Hill.
Two bank lobby groups strongly advocated last week for its elimination and Congress begins writing tax reform legislation.
As of June 10, more than 1,500 credit unions–about one in four–were actively participating in CUNA’s three-week-old Don’t Tax My Credit Union initiative, according to Richard Gose, senior vice president of political affairs.
Trade lobbyist says member business lending cap would be too controversial to be in California congressman's bill expected to drop this week.
Trade group says campaign has generated more than 65,000 messages to Congress in three weeks.
Tuesday's the day hackers Anonymous promised to take down sites.
Tax reform debate began in earnest for credit unions April 11, when representatives from CUNA and NAFCU were called to Capitol Hill to plead their case for preserving the industry’s tax exemption before a House Ways and Means Committee working group.
Montana Democrat's departure may or may not affect tax reform, credit union exemption, lobbyists say.
Banks' Subchapter S exemption not on president's targeted tax savings list.
Filibuster reform is behind-the-scenes force, prop in partisan debate, CUNA lobbyists note.