CUNA is pulling out all the stops by scheduling June 8-9 Washington fly-in, call-in conferences, blanket e-mails, grassroots visits and more in its no-holds-barred campaign to block interchange language from being included in the final financial regulatory bill now slated to go before House-Senate conferees.

It’s too early to know what response CUNA was getting from the communications barrage aimed at mustering the full gamut of CU managers, employees, directors and members to contact key legislators including the House-Senate conferees slated to take up the Durbin amendment.

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