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PARKER, Texas — Last week, credit union CEOs around the country received an e-mail directing them to a Web site that urges CUNA Mutual Insurance Society (CMIS) policyholders to “Vote No on CUNA’s Proposal” to merge CMIS with CUNA Mutual Life Insurance Company and to change CMIS’ state of incorporation from Wisconsin to Iowa.

The Web site, www.keepcunamutual.com, lists four reasons to vote against the proposal. While “We are CUNA Mutual policyholders just like you” is the only identifying statement of sponsorship found on the Web site, the site is registered to OPEIU (Office and Professional Employees International Union) with Michael Goodwin, OPEIU president, listed as the administrative contact. OPEIU is the union that represents CUNA Mutual employees.

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