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Avoid CU Burdens in Diversity Policy: CUNA to NCUA |

CUNA has urged the National Credit Union Administration to implement standards for "assessing the diversity policies and practices of entities regulated by the agency," as mandated by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act, "in a manner that would minimize the information gathering and reporting burden on credit unions."  More

CFPB Files Amicus Brief in Truth-in-Lending Case |

Borrowers that do not receive Truth in Lending Act-mandated disclosures from mortgage lenders may cancel those loans, provided they inform the lender of their intent to cancel the loan within three years, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said in an amicus brief filed this week in Colorado. More

Compliance: FCUs Must Tweak Equal Housing Lender Notices |

Faithful readers of the CUNA CompBlog will have seen already that recent technical changes approved by the National Credit Union Administration at its March meeting earlier this month require federal credit unions that offer mortgages to revise their Equal Housing Lender notices.  More

Lawmakers Discuss the 'Relationship Business' of Politics |

"We're in a relations business when we're in the law making business," Rep. Lynn Jenkins (R-Kan.) told the audience during a breakout session at the Credit Union National Association's (CUNA) 2012 Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) in Washington Tuesday.

Jenkins and Rep. Ed Perlmutter (D-Colo.) addressed the importance of establishing relationships with state legislators during a panel discussion entitled "From the State House to Capitol Hill: The Critical Nature of State Advocacy."  More

Udall, McCarthy Back MBL Efforts In Senate and House |

Members of the Senate and the U.S. House both touted their support for member business lending legislation, but told attendees of CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference that lawmakers will need credit unions' help to get the legislation passed.  More

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