Credit unions in Louisiana, Michigan and Ohio participating in cash mob that also builds member business relationships.
Federal court plans Oct. 28 hearing in Gulfport on injunction to delay new flood insurance rates.
Analysis shows Republican-leaning states particularly affected in areas of home purchasing and student lending.
Members of the $83 million Utah credit union approved consolidation with $2.2 billion California counterpart.
Cash mob fever is spreading from Michigan to Louisiana and Ohio.
Injunction sought against FEMA as new rates kick in Tuesday.
Herb Yolles will be succeeded by associate regional director for Atlanta-based region, Myra Toeppe.
Senate panel members backtracking on votes to support rate hikes in subsidized federal flood insurance program.
Hearing Wednesday focuses on affordability issues in National Flood Insurance Program rate hikes coming in October.
State insurance chief says new flood insurance rates will hit middle- and low-income homeowners hard, forcing some to walk away from their homes.