Senate bill would delay NFIP-mandated increases except for second homes and businesses.
Legislative machinations over housing finance, expressions of credit union support and some personal touches marked NAFCU's caucus on Tuesday.
NAFCU session on Tuesday features back-and-forth as well as speeches.
Several key lawmakers join roster rostrum for Congressional Caucus that kicks off Sunday.
The amendment passed 281-146, and the appropriations bill was later approved by the full House and sent to the Senate.
CUANY says its hill hiking also prompted call from New York Sen. Schumer to primary sponsor Sen. Udall of Colorado.
Agency director testifies at House Financial Services Committee hearing on rule CFPB expects to finalize in January.
WASHINGON — Election year partisanship and controversy largely elbowed credit union topics off the agenda on the first day of NAFCU's 2012 Congressional Caucus. The annual event began Sept. 12, right at the beginning of a short congressional session before legislators head home to campaign for the November elections.
Jabs over regulatory reform, budget cuts and shout outs were all part of the first day of NAFCU's Congressional Caucus. Get the picture here.
Political commentator from Fox, CNN to highlight annual confab in Washington in September.