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WALLINGFORD, Conn. – U.S. Rep. John Larson (D-Conn.), a member of the House Ways & Means Committee, is among the list of state and federal legislators who are expected to address attendees at the Connecticut Credit Union Association’s 2006 Governmental Affairs Conference on Jan. 26. Larson was present for the committee’s credit union tax hearing last year, and Kelly Ramsey from CCUA’s Government Relations Department said the congressman will review the meeting for attendees and give his perspective. Other elected officials expected to speak at the conference are state Sen. Bob Duff and state Rep. Paul Doyle, co-chairs of the joint standing Banking Committee. In addition, U.S. Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) was invited and said he will attend if his schedule permits. Joining the legislators will be Connecticut Department of Banking Commissioner John Burke who will offer some clarification of regulations affecting CUs; and state Treasurer Denise Nappier. Ramsey said this year’s state legislative session is looking like it will be a light one as far as any legislative proposals Burke or CCUA expects to make. Instead, she said, CCUA “will be more in a defensive mode.”

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