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New, improved Regulatory Advocacy Report released today
WASHINGTON (2/11/13)--To better assist member credit unions with the ever-growing challenge of staying apprised of regulatory developments, the Credit Union National Association has enhanced its weekly Regulatory Advocacy Report to deliver even more value.

The report now features improved search capabilities, improved delivery, and enhanced access for CUNA members.

"The report has been redesigned with a whole new look, but with the same in-depth content you have come to expect and rely on from us," CUNA Deputy General Counsel Mary Dunn said. "It will continue to give you the best and most updated information available to credit unions on where they stand on key credit union issues and what CUNA has done to advocate for them," she added.

The report is now delivered on a new date: Mondays instead of Fridays. National Credit Union Administration board meeting summaries will continue to be released on the day of the meeting.

Employees or volunteers of a CUNA/state credit union league affiliated credit union will be able to sign up to receive the report.

The Regulatory Advocacy Report will be archived on cuna.org.
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