WASHINGTON — At a time of economic tumult, credit unions will have the ear of the nation's top policymakers when NAFCU's Board has its 16th annual meeting with the Federal Reserve Board of Governors next Tuesday.

At the session, NAFCU plans to discuss topics such as the health of credit unions, the impact of certain laws and regulations on the credit union movement and the movement's efforts to aid low- and moderate-income people.

The board plans to highlight data on credit unions from Call Reports and from a survey it did of its own members.

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