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WASHINGTON — The task of finding out why credit unions resign state leagues or how to get disaffiliated ones back into the fold is turning out more complex than many envisioned, according to the leadership of the American Association of Credit Union Leagues.

“There are no easy answers here and the reason a credit union in one state suddenly stops paying dues and in another after years of some old grudge new management takes over and decides to rejoin can be challenging,” admits Paul Mercer, the chairman of a special AACUL panel assigned to probe for solutions.

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