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WASHINGTON — Credit unions may need to mend some fences with Rep. Gary Miller (R-Calif.), who told the NAFCU Congressional Caucus Thursday his feelings were hurt during the primary season when the California Credit Union League wrote a $250,000 check to his opponent, former Arrowhead Credit Union executive Pete Aguilar, despite Miller’s “100% record” voting for credit union issues.

Democrat Aguilar failed to get enough votes to advance to the general election, but Miller did.


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