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The spate of ADA lawsuits against credit unions spread from Virginia to Georgia this week, where at least two more credit unions have been sued over the accessibility of their websites, according to court documents.

Those filings show that Hapeville, Georgia-based Family First Credit Union and Atlanta-based Fort McPherson Credit Union were both hit with lawsuits filed in District Court on November 15. Family First Credit Union has $98 million in assets and about 12,600 members; Fort McPherson Credit Union has $23 million in assets and about 4,500 members.

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