WASHINGTON — One of the newest members of the House Financial Services got a first-hand education on credit unions.

Rep. Dean Heller (R-Nev.) held an almost hour-long session with employees and members of the Great Basin Federal Credit Union at its main office in Reno on May 27.

Heller, a former public funds representative for Bank of America, received a tutorial on the work of credit unions and on the impact of pending legislation that would ease the regulatory burden on credit unions.

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