9 relief measures first on upcoming House voting agenda

April 9, 2015
WASHINGTON (4/10/15)--First up on the U.S. House voting agenda when Congress returns to session next week will be the nine regulatory relief bills approved by committee on March 27 and supported by CUNA.
CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle has backed the bills as being "a step in the right direction toward removing barriers and allowing credit unions to efficiently serve their members."

"When credit union boards and managers--not government bureaucrats--are making decisions about how to provide services, it's the 102 million member-owners of the credit union who benefit," Nussle says.
The nine bills address a wide range of issues, from privacy notifications, to Federal Home Loan Bank membership for more credit unions, to information confidentiality, mortgage lending rules and more.
For more information on each bill, click here or use the resource link.