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Joining the industry’s ramped up efforts in Congress to lift the small business loan cap, the Texas Credit Union League said today it has teamed up with the state’s chamber group, the Texas Association of Business, in an e-mail blitz to sway votes of U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn.

The Texas League campaign includes sending e-mail messages to all small business members of CUs across the state asking they write the two Texas senators in support of S. 2919. The Texas Association of Business on Thursday put on a press briefing extolling the CU-backed bill and urging “a doubling the cap to 25%.”

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