WASHINGTON – When CUNA President/CEO Dan Mica arrived at CUNA more than seven years ago, CUNA was still finding itself on Capitol Hill. Now, the trade association has become a force in Washington and its legislative and lobbying prowess is seen in all sorts of financial-related matters on the Hill. Here's a CUNA/Washington pictorial from events over the last 12 months:

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