Federal legislators are back home this week on a recess and workperiod tied to the Easter and Passover holidays.

But according to Richard Gose, CUNA's senior vice president forpolitical affairs, the lawmakers will hear from small businessleaders and entrepreneurs in their communities who support creditunion efforts to lift the cap on CU member business lending.

“The bottom line is that is not just an issue for credit unionsbut for small businesses that need access to loans,” Gosesaid.

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