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ARLINGTON, Va. – With the clock continuing to tick to the Sept. 1 deadline when NASCUS and state regulators are required to provide the House Ways and Means Committee with specified information on state chartered credit unions, the association continues to hold regular teleconferences with state regulators to give them updates, answer questions and discuss their concerns, as well as continue to brief committee staffers on the association’s progress.

NASCUS’ most recent teleconference with state regulators was held June 5. President/CEO Mary Martha Fortney said the association has been communicating with the state agencies over the past two months to ascertain if they can participate-some states’ laws might not allow the sharing of information with the committee-if not, why and what additional information they need from NASCUS.

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