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ATLANTA — Since Georgia modernized its Credit Union Act in 2005–the first time since 1974–which allowed fields of memberships to include multiple groups and communities, credit unions here are taking careful steps with their expansion efforts.

According to the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance, 25 credit unions have been approved to serve a neighborhood, community or rural district, which can also include a municipality or county. Nearly a dozen of the approvals came this year, said George Reynolds, senior deputy commissioner at GDBF and chairman of NASCUS.

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