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New York credit unions as well as banks may be getting a break soon from “spam-driven” subpoenas issued by collection lawyers and other creditors under a bill winning final clearance in the New York Assembly Wednesday and now headed to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s desk.

The bill, endorsed by the Credit Union Association of New York, would toughen guidelines for serving data information subpoenas on CUs. In recent years credit unions have complained of being inundated with “hundreds and hundreds” of writs piling up in CU offices.

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