State league holds annual confab in Topeka.
Credit unions sent 140 people to Topeka for meets-and-greets and meetings for the Kansas Credit Union Association's Annual Day at the Capitol.
In the movies and on TV they're easily recognizable by the plaid coat, slicked back hair and too-good-to-be-true sales pitch.
At press time, CUNA and NAFCU and their allies were fighting to kill an amendment to further regulate interchange fees that their adversaries were couching in populist terms.
Credit unions with assets of less than $10 billion in assets wouldn't be covered by any regulations promulgated by the new consumer agency, under the provisions of an amendment introduced yesterday by Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kan.).