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NEW: Cheney Urges CUs To Keep Up 'Don't Tax My CU' Efforts
WASHINGTON (7/15/13)--Calendar pages are turning quickly toward the July 26 deadline set by U.S. Congress tax policy leaders who want all suggestions for tax reform legislation by that date. The Credit Union National Association's latest "Inside Exchange" video, featuring President/CEO Bill Cheney, underscores the importance of credit unions and their members contacting federal lawmakers directly--and now--to say, "Don't tax my credit union."

"Even though credit unions are delivering the message--in ever-increasing numbers--they must "keep up the contacts" to ensure the credit union tax exemption remains intact, Cheney emphasizes.



CUNA created the "Inside Exchange" video series as a new way to directly communicate to member credit unions, and to provide detailed insights into what's happening in Washington, D.C., in the legislative, regulatory and political arenas. For more on this new video, and previous videos featuring CUNA comments on credit union advocacy efforts, use the resource link.

The "Inside Exchange" videos can also be found by clicking on the "stay informed" section of the gray menu bar at the top of the cuna.org homepage and scrolling down to the "Inside Exchange" pane.
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