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RALEIGH DURHAM, N.C. — The National Center for Member Trust, the independent organization that some credit union CEOs founded to advocate for and support the credit union charter, has begun to run a series of advertisements in papers read by many in the federal legislative community on Capitol Hill.

Jim Blaine, one of the founders of the NCMT and the CEO of the $13.7 billion State Employees’ Credit Union, headquartered in Raleigh, described the ads as “low key” and “designed to spark questions and inquiries” about the credit union charter and credit unions.

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