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Unless you live in Georgia, the seemingly endless 2020 election cycle has mercifully concluded. So how will the election results affect credit unions? Regardless of your political leanings, we should be able to agree that the last 12 years have seen polar opposite administrations as related to legislation and regulations governing our industry. The Obama Administration was determined to correct the perceived excesses exposed by the Great Recession, while the Trump Administration seemed focused on reversing any regulation that the aforementioned Obama Administration adopted. With that in mind, what can we expect in 2021 and beyond?

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