Washington, D.C., is certainly never boring, as we’ve seen over the last week.
The good news is the credit union difference is bipartisan. We’ve shown that time and time again.
We put in the work in the years leading up to elections to ensure a credit-union friendly majority in Congress, presidents from both parties have signed our bills into law, and we’ve moved things forward in Congress no matter who is in the majority.
Our members need better financial health, a chance to achieve their dreams, and a partner that can help them do that.
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