Congress is back in Washington, D.C.

The Senate returned to Washington, D.C., this week and the House will be back next week, marking the end of August recess. There’s a shortened Congressional calendar for the remainder of the year due to the upcoming mid-terms and we’ve got important credit union priorities to move forward.

Leagues and credit unions from more than 30 states are scheduled to visit Washington, D.C., in September for annual Hill visits with policymakers.

Our priorities for these meetings are:

  • Oppose the Marshall-Durbin interchange bill, which would have devastating impacts on card issuers, consumers, and small businesses.


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