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Credit unions and their trade groups spent $18.5 million on lobbying and campaign contributions during the 2017-2018 election cycle, according to a new report by Americans for Financial Reform.

The organization and the Center for Responsive Politics, which created data sets for the report, said that credit unions and their trade organizations spent $14.6 million on lobbying during that time and $3.8 million in campaign contributions.

David Baumann


Credit Union Times

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