ALEXANDRIA, Va. — In what was arguably the most important meeting of the year, the NCUA board approved a 6.7% in the 2014 operating budget, no projected corporate assessment for 2014 and a final CUSO rule. All items on the agenda received yes votes of approval from all three board...
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