It’s sometimes said that Congress only moves fast when members “smell the jet fumes” as they prepare for a recess.
If that’s the case, the House side of Capitol Hill must really stink this week.
The House is scheduled to consider 27 bills under an expedited process, which involves suspending House rules and requires two-thirds of voting for passage of any legislation. Four of the bills would directly affect credit unions.
Additionally, on Wednesday, the House Financial Services Committee (HFSC) has scheduled a markup for several separate bills; again, many would have an impact on credit unions.
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