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SEATTLE — Seeking to cushion against lost income from mergers, the Washington Credit Union League is pursuing an 18% boost in its dues for next year. The move comes as many state leagues absorb a squeeze on their budgets grappling with both a shrinking membership base hit by consolidations in addition to dealing with a lackluster economy in some areas.

At its annual meeting here last week, the Washington League membership was prepared to adopt a new dues structure scaled to take into account the rising number of both big and small CU mergers by relying strictly on an asset-based formula.

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