The burden of trade association dues during a rough economy plusinternal policy disputes apparently figure in two moredisaffiliations disclosed this week. by two Albuquerque creditunions.

Credit Union Association of New Mexico and CUNA confirmed thatthe $1 billion New Mexico Educators CU and the $570 Kirtland FCU,have resigned their memberships in each association.

Officials of CUANM downplayed the departures as “no big deal”but expressed puzzlement and frustration as the reasoning for theexits “coming at a time when their support is so vitallyneeded.”

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