HOBOKEN, N.J. — Taking a look back at the CU Times, Jan. 29, 2003 issue the top news of the week was regulatory relief legislation, a tax bill fight in Utah, the January NCUA board meeting, and thrift charter conversions.

During this week five years ago, the House Financial Services Committee leadership discussed the possibility of moving credit union provisions of the 2001 regulatory relief legislation separate from the bank provisions. Feelings were mixed on the issue as separating the credit union provisions would ease the bills passage through Congress, but would also allow banks to attack the credit union bill itself.

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