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NCUA board removes two Corporate Credit Union provisions

Credit unions now have the opportunity be a member of more than one Corporate Credit Union.... More

Sen. Tester reiterates need to delay interchange implementation

Last week on the Senate floor, Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) called for further consideration of an interchange fee cap proposal, saying that Congress needs to stop, study and "make sure [it is] doing the right thing" before moving forward.... More

Florida State GAC concludes with Capitol visits and regulators

Credit unions interacted with their state and federal regulators before heading to the Capitol for visits with lawmakers. ... More

Update: Sen. Bill Nelson to speak at LSCU Annual Convention & Exposition

LSCU has added another high-profile speaker to its 2011 Annual Convention & Exposition line-up. Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) is slated to speak to attendees on the Friday of this year’s convention.... More

State GAC in Florida immerses credit unions in the issues

The first day of the State GAC in Tallahassee walked credit unions through state, federal and regulatory issues.... More

Deadline for LSCU/CUNA Awards extended to May 3

The submissions deadline for the LSCU and CUNA awards has been extended for two weeks. Credit unions should nominate their good works and great employees and volunteers. ... More

CUNA to host interchange audio conference on April 13

CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney will give legislation updates, as well as reasons for mobilizing your membership. ... More

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