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Credit union growth shows success of mission, structure

Credit unions are growing and innovating because they continue to be a financial partner consumers trust, America’s Credit Unions and all state Leagues and Associations wrote to leaders of the Senate Finance and House [...]

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Congress passes funding legislation, averts partial shutdown

The House and Senate passed funding legislation Thursday to avoid a partial government shutdown that would have occurred at midnight March 1. Appropriations scheduled to expire March 1 have been extended to March 8. This [...]

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Nussle, advocacy team meet with CFPB Director Chopra

America’s Credit Unions President/CEO Jim Nussle and members of its advocacy team met with CFPB Director Rohit Chopra Wednesday for a discussion on topics ranging from  the credit union difference to the negative [...]

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Credit unions: Learn how to use AI while maintaining members’ trust at GAC

Dr. Jennifer Golbeck has complicated feelings about artificial intelligence. The computer scientist and University of Maryland professor hopes people understand why after her presentation on “AI, Connectedness, and the Big Data Future for Financial Services” [...]

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Spiczenski: What to expect from the revamped GAC

America’s Credit Unions Chief Association Services Officer Todd Spiczenski is excited to welcome the credit union industry to Washington, D.C., to advocate with a unified voice for the first time as the new [...]

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Senators recognize Financial Literacy Month

U.S. Senators recognized the importance of “Financial Literacy Month” with passage of Senate Resolution 185 Wednesday. The resolution – introduced by Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I. and supported by CUNA and the Leagues – emphasizes the [...]

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