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Mark Cummins, president/CEO of the Minnesota Credit Union Network, is among the growing chorus of industry leaders urging for the lift of the 12.25% of assets member business lending cap.

“As credit unions begin to approach their business lending limit, they will be forced by statute to lend less. That’s not what our country needs right now,” wrote Cummins in a March 25 letter, which ran in Finance and Commerce. “Credit unions have been making small business loans since they were formed in the U.S. 100 years ago. And in the first 90 years of existence, there was no business lending cap at all. Now is the time to raise the limits-a measure that would not cost taxpayers a dime or increase the size of government.”

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