Posts Tagged ‘National Defense Authorization Act’

NAFCU secures CU wins in final NDAA

NAFCU secures CU wins in final NDAA

The final fiscal year 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) was released Thursday by the conference committee with NAFCU-fought wins for credit unions: It doesn't include the harmful provision that would have treated banks the [...]

House passes NDAA w/out CUNA-opposed exemption expansion

House passes NDAA w/out CUNA-opposed exemption expansion

The House passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year 2020 Thursday without any language expanding the Department of Defense’s (DOD) discretionary authority to waive the certain costs for land leases and [...]

Hope is alive!

Hope is alive!

Advocacy is a process, not an event; a marathon, not a sprint. For credit unions, advocacy is about revolutionizing the operating environment for credit unions, not merely putting up points for the sake of a [...]

CUNA monitoring TCPA, arbitration hearings this week

CUNA monitoring TCPA, arbitration hearings this week

With both chambers of the U.S. Congress in session this week, CUNA will be tracking a number of hearings, as well as any possibilities for credit union-friendly additions to various appropriations bills. On the [...]

Credit Unions Avoid New Restrictions in Defense Bill

BY HEATHER ANDERSON Congress passed the National Defense Authorization Act on Dec. 21 without including a provision that would have expanded Military Lending Act rules and made it more difficult for credit unions to provide [...]

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