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WASHINGTON — While the Consumer Overdraft Protection Fair Practices Act (H.R. 946) has not gone away, CUNA has received strong indications that it has been delayed.

The House leadership has said that no legislation that is not out of committee by Nov. 16 will get full House consideration until next year. CUNA Vice President of Legislative Affairs Ryan Donovan explained, “We do not expect the Financial Services Committee to meet to consider legislation this week.” However, the committee could still hold a markup on the legislation by the end of the session.

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