December 2011
Credit Union Journal;12/5/2011, Vol. 15 Issue 47, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that Democrat Barney Frank, long-time credit union supporter who lent his name to the Dodd-Frank Financial Reform Bill, has announced his retirement from the U.S. Congress. It is stated that Frank's relationship became strained two years ago when some credit union lobbyists opposed final passage of the bill. The article also presents information on a suit filed by the U.S. National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) against Wachovia Bank NA.


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