Looking back six years ago finds the controversial Community Action Plan proposal passing in a 2-1 vote. Board Member Dennis Dollar cast the sole dissenting vote on the IRPS 00-1 proposal, which he generally favored except for the CAP.

“The field of membership rewrite is, I think, one of the most progressive steps that we have taken in recent years to make our field of membership policies more user-friendly…and to accomplish the result of extension of credit union service to more Americans,” said Dollar applauding the FOM amendments. “My fellow board members’ goals are noble and it’s a goal that I share. I believe that their method of attaining that goal is not the method that we should be taking.”

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