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House version of MBL bill introduced

The MBL bill was introduced by five representatives, one republican and four democrats. ... More

Register today for the LSCU State GAC in Florida

The State GAC is coming up Apr. 12-14. Watch a video from the Alabama GAC to get a flavor of the event. ... More

Rep. Wasserman-Schultz featured in new LSCU audio podcast

Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz talks to the LSCU about delaying the implementation of the Durbin Amendment. ... More

MBL bill expected in the House this week

This House version is expected to be introduced by Reps. Ed Royce (R-CA) and Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY). ... More

House to roll out MBL cap lift bill this week

A House version of legislation that would lift the credit union member business lending (MBL) cap to 27.5 percent of total assets will be introduced this week, with Reps. Ed Royce (R-Calif.) and Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.) serving as the leading co-sponsors.... More

Alabama State GAC concludes with lawmaker visits

The second day of the Alabama State GAC also included a roundtable with Herb Yolles and Larry Morgan.... More

Alabama State GAC has successful first day

Attendees heard from legislators, CUNA's Ryan Donovan and LSCU staff. ... More

Sens Nelson and Sessions sign on to Interchange legislation; as do Reps. Hastings and Rivera

Credit unions in Alabama and Florida received a lift after four members of Congress signed on to House and Senate legislation. ... More

LSCU State GACs offer free pre-conference financial literacy training

Federal credit union directors can become compliant with the NCUA before either State GAC gets underway. ... More

Ads running in Alabama and Florida against the Durbin Amendment

Beginning this week, the Electronic Payments Coalition (EPC), with support from the LSCU, CUNA, America's Credit Unions and state Banker's Associations, began running ads across the country informing consumers that debit card fees may be raised because of the actions of Congress.... More