In a rare Saturday announcement March 19, CUNA reported more than 90% of its members voted in favor of historic bylaw changes that include eliminating the dual membership requirement in 2017.

Additional bylaw changes will allow CUNA's board to develop a dues formula that would favor neither small nor large credit unions and permit the board to adjust its number of seats from the current maximum of 24 members to a minimum of 12 members.

More than 2,200 credit unions – about 43% of the national membership – voted, according to CUNA.

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