The Georgia Credit Union Affiliates board of directors will decide in February to support CUNA’s dual membership requirement or allow its credit union members to join the state league without joining the national trade organization.

“We have talked about the pros and cons. We intend to take that up at our next meeting in February,” President/CEO Mike Mercer told CU Times Thursday. “We have provisions in our bylaws that are built around the joint system membership approach, and if we were to do anything different we would have to change those bylaws.”

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Those bylaws can only be changed by credit union members at the league’s annual meeting in May 2016, he added.

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