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WASHINGTON — Between continuing efforts for regulatory relief, potential for flight to safety, and field of membership legal challenges, 2007 might look like more of the same, but there is more to it than that according to the national credit union trades.

“In a general sense we have, by all outside sources, continued to move the credit union agenda up in the eyes of Congress…and others,” CUNA President/CEO Dan Mica said. He pointed to how CUNA’s first-ever step to block banker legislation caused “a jolt around Washington” when CUNA threatened to kill the regulatory relief bill over a provision removing the cap on thrift business lending.


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