CRANFORD, N.J. — With five members of the New Jersey Congressional delegation signed as co-sponsors of CURIA, support work of the New Jersey Credit Union League is getting noticed by the banking lobby.

"We remain concerned about the traction for this bill," declared James M. Meredith, senior vice president of the 80-member New Jersey League of Community Bankers and who was quoted on the topic in a state business publication.

Meredith told Credit Union Times "when bills like CURIA get introduced again and again" a momentum builds and that can remain troubling, particularly when CURIA is such ill-drawn legislation.

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