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The Vermont clash over the words  “bank” or “banking” widened last week as CUNA, two state leagues and credit union executives weighed in.

As one offshoot from the legal fray that is currently embroiling the $600 million Vermont State Employees Credit Union of Montpelier in a threatened cease-and-desist order, CUNA and the South Carolina Credit Union League suggested that copyright protection remains a key defense for at least one national branding campaign, “Every Day Is Bank Transfer Day.”

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