Credit Union Group in Disarray Over Lobbyist's Quick Ouster
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The Credit Union National Association is one of the more powerful financial services lobby groups. It spends more than $4 million annually on its efforts, has a large in-house team and a built-in grass roots juggernaut of members eager to make the industry’s case in Washington. But according to sources inside and outside of the association, the group’s …
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