President Obama's senior aides recommended he veto a HouseFinancial Services appropriations bill that contains myriad oflegislative riders – including restrictions on the CFPB.

Those provisions, which include subjecting the agency to theannual appropriations process, are supported by credit union tradeassociations.

Despite that support, the legislative riders are unlikely to beenacted this year. The Senate Financial Services appropriationsmeasure does not include them, and when House appropriatorshave proposed them in the past, they have been dropped from thefinal legislation.

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