WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – According to respondents to Credit Union Times’ online voting poll, the bankers might actually have a chance in this their third lawsuit against NCUA. The poll question and results are as follows: “The American Bankers Association’s latest lawsuit against NCUA challenges the agency’s FOM policies, specifically community charters. The ABA is using NCUA’s six-county community charter approval for Utah-based Tooele FCU as the classic case for NCUA overstepping its own rules. The bankers say one of NCUA’s requirements for a community charter is “a well-defined local community” and it broke that rule by giving the $160 million Tooele FCU access to 60% of Utah’s population. Does this ABA suit have a chance to be successful?” * Yes 56.02% * No 28.31% * Not sure 15.66% 166 total vote(s)

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