Looking back six years ago finds a flurry of last minutelobbying efforts by NCUA and credit union trade associations payingoff as the arcane $600 million Central Liquidity Facility cap waslifted by a House committee.

The House Appropriations Committee passed an amendment to itsappropriation bill raising the CLF cap to $3 billion, with aprovision that allows NCUA to expand beyond the $3 billion cap inan emergency situation as deemed by NCUA.

That issue also finds NCUA Board Member Yolanda Wheatintroducing a "community action plan" that would require allfederal community charter credit unions to document their serviceand marketing efforts to all segments of their FOM especially tolow-income areas.

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