Even as the federal bureaucracy struggles with the impact of a regulatory freeze memo issued by the Trump Administration, the NCUA will be able to continue its rule-making without delay, agency public affairs specialist John Fairbanks said Tuesday.

The NCUA on Tuesday issued an explanation of its reasoning. Here’s what it boils down to:

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