NAFCU’s award-winning advocacy team is preparing for Congress to return to Washington following this week’s midterm elections. Although the 116th Congress will be “split” – with Democrats controlling the House and Republicans controlling the Senate – there are opportunities for credit union priorities to be addressed yet this year and in the new congressional session.
The association secured a number of major wins for the credit union industry this year that have set the landscape for even more. A rundown of accomplishments is available here, highlighting credit unions’ efforts to get S. 2155 enacted, a delay to the NCUA’s risk-based capital (RBC) rule and more guidance on a number of issues.
In the lame-duck session, which begins next week, NAFCU will:
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