WASHINGTON — The $13.6 billion State Employees' Credit Union's payday loan alternative program has drawn the attention of USA Today.

The newspaper paper outlined the program as part of a broader story on credit union efforts to bring payday loan alternative products to their members.

The article quotes credit union leaders as well as the spokesman for the Community Financial Services Association, a trade association representing payday lenders, and NCUA Board Chairman JoAnn Johnson.

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