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Tuesday night, the U.S. House of Representatives, in a vote of 363-70, passed its version of the fiscal year 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for the second time in three months. For credit unions, the bill appeared to keep the status quo as in previous bills.

As in the past, the bill did not include language to allow banks to expand their presence on military bases where credit unions are allowed to exist nearly rent-free on many bases due to the not-for-profit status. This, as in the past, was considered a win for credit unions.

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