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WASHINGTON — Members of the $314 million Lafayette Federal Credit Union, particularly those who are employees of the U.S. Agency for International Development, will continue to seek a special meeting at which some or all of the sitting board members can be recalled, according to Tom Carter, a U.S. AID employee and member who works to help organize cooperatives internationally.

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