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After almost 10 years covering credit union news, sometimes it seems the same topics come up over and over. Not this week, as new industry issues graced the front page of our paper.

For example, credit unions dodged a bullet Oct. 17 when they woke up to news that Congress agreed on a plan to avoid a federal debt default and end the government shutdown. As Credit Union Times reported on page 1 this week (Debt Deal Spares Credit Unions), had the default occurred, it could have devalued the U.S. Treasury securities most consider to be gold standard investments.

As a popular YouTube video says, ain’t nobody got time for that.

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