Credit unions, members and member small businesses need resources to get them through the pandemic and recovery period, CUNA wrote to House and Senate leadership Thursday. Congress is expected to begin discussions on a fourth phase of COVID-19 relief legislation in the coming days and weeks.
“As the pandemic persists in the United States, the American economy has been shaken. In these u uncertain times, credit union’s top priority is keeping their members, volunteers and employees safe while remaining in a position to serve members and the community during and after the crisis,” wrote CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle. “That said, as you continue your work to provide resources to American families and small businesses, we encourage you to remove barriers and address issues in order to ensure credit unions can fully serve and support their communities.
CUNA urged Congressional leader to include the following in the next phase of COVID-19 relief legislation: