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The NCUA Board The NCUA Board (Source: NCUA)

As health officials ask that meetings of 50 people or more be postponed for eight weeks, credit unions are asking the NCUA for flexibility in enforcing a rule that prohibits virtual annual membership meetings.

“While some board meetings may be conducted by conference call, some board meetings as well as membership meetings must be in person, which can be challenging in any environment,” CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle said in a letter to NCUA Chairman Rodney Hood.

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