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NCUA headquarters, Washington, D.C. NCUA headquarters, Washington, D.C.

CUNA has asked new NCUA Chairman Todd Harper to bring several proposed rules to the agency board for votes, even though he has said he opposes them.

“As you know, these proposals were under development for several months but were unable to be included in board agendas until later in the calendar year,” CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle wrote in a letter to Harper late last week. “Moving forward, we support the NCUA board’s expeditious review of all pending issues.”

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