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CU System briefs (03/13/2014)
  • JACKSON, Miss. (3/13/14)--Nearly 40 individuals representing Mississippi credit unions meet with their congressional representatives during the Credit Union National Association's 2014 Governmental Affairs Conference last month. "I think our 2014 meetings were some of the best we have ever had," said Charles Elliott, president/CEO, Mississippi Credit Union Association (CU Connection March 12). "We discussed maintaining our tax exempt status, eliminating the requirement to send privacy notices to members unless there is a change in the credit unions' practices and the need for enhance security standards to prevent security breaches at retailers." U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo (R-Gulfport), left, meets with the Mississippi contingent (Mississippi Credit Union Association photo) ...
  • HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. (3/13/14)--New Jersey credit unions are challenged to bust the March Madness bracket of New Jersey Credit Union League President/CEO Greg Michlig--all in the name of charity. Credit unions can enter up to three brackets each for a chance to win a $1,000 donation to the winner's charity of choice (Daily Exchange March 12). Submitted NCAA brackets will be judged against those of each credit union and of Michlig. Deadline to register is Saturday ...


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