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A group of at least four banks have removed the $998 million, 93,000-member Arkansas Federal Credit Union from a coalition of financial institutions assembled to fund a community development project in Little Rock, Ark.

The project is the Little Rock Tech Park in central Little Rock, which the state’s legislature and sponsoring universities have said will include “new and renovated buildings developed to form an integrated environment for start-up and mature technology companies,” according to the Little Rock Tech Park Authority’s website.

The Arkansas legislature passed a law authorizing the park in 2007, and a governing authority including the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and the City of Little Rock came together under a memorandum of understanding in 2010, according to the Tech Park Authority.

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