<p>WASHINGTON – So much has changed on the credit union political scene in Washington. JoAnn Johnson and Deborah Matz have joined the NCUA Board, replacing Yolanda Wheat and Geoff Bacino. Some legislative issues, like bankruptcy reform, are the same, but new issues have emerged such as a regulatory relief bill being drafted by the House Financial Services Committee Chairman Mike Oxley (R-Ohio). The following is a special pictorial focusing on credit union players in the nation's capital.</p>

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