ARLINGTON, Va. — The Credit Union Regulatory Improvements Act (H.R. 1537) has continued to gain legislative co-sponsors at warp speed in its first few months in the 110th Congress, which NAFCU says is a credit to credit union officials pounding the pavement.

“CURIA this year has continued to generate support. We’re pleased to see the progress,” NAFCU Director of Legislative Affairs Brad Thaler commented. He said he would like to see the legislation surpass the 125 co-sponsor mark that it achieved in the two years of the last Congress before the month-long August recess.

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