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WASHINGTON — When competing for time on the House Financial Services Committee’s docket, supporters of CURIA are hopeful the bill can run with the big boys in terms of priorities.

“The CURIA hearing is competing for a limited number of days on the schedule that they can hold hearings…Obviously there are a number of other issues that have emerged that are competing for days,” NAFCU Director of Legislative Affairs Brad Thaler said. Even if Congress runs past its target adjournment date, it will still be a tight squeeze among all the competing interests.

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