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LAS VEGAS —  Credit union mortgage executives attending the American Credit Union Mortgage Association’s 16th annual conference heard from a trio of lobbyists and lawyers who urged them to get involved in contesting new regulations from the Consumer Financial Products Bureau as well as the policy debate about the future structure of the secondary mortgage market.

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