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Credit union leaders will advocate for preserving the tax exemption, regulatory relief and national data security standards in meetings with lawmakers during CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington. The event runs through March 12.

“At the highest level, our agenda for the GAC in terms of what we’ll be talking about from the stage and what we’ll be encouraging our members to discuss in the meetings on Capitol Hill, it’s really all about preserving the credit union tax status, stopping merchant data breaches and removing barriers for credit unions to serve their members,” CUNA Chief Advocacy Officer Ryan Donovan said.

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