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The NCUA has taken a step to allow credit unions to fully participate in a Treasury Department program designed to back wider lending in low-income communities.

In a letter the NCUA sent out late Wednesday, NCUA Chair Todd M. Harper told low-income credit unions that they may receive 30-year subordinated debt investments from the program, not just 15-year capital.

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