A vote that was expected Tuesday on H.R. 5817, which would eliminate the requirement of financialinstitutions to send a privacy notice disclosure by mail each year,was pushed back to Wednesday and then canceled.


According to the official House of Representatives record ofproceedings, Rep. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.V.) Wednesday asked to withdrawher motion to suspend House rules and take the bill to a vote.


However, NAFCU is reporting that the bill could make the flooragenda next week under another suspension of House rules. Theproblem, NAFCU said, has to do with the bill's language.

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