Straight to The Point: June 13, 2018


star3 Officers and directors were named to the UsNet board at the shared branching network’s annual meeting – The Point

star3 Credit unions and individuals are encouraged to utilize the New York Credit Union Foundation’s multiple grant programs, which are designed to meet the unique needs of the New York credit union community – The Point

star3 Reminder: Low-income credit unions can learn more about applying for grants through NCUA’s Community Development Revolving Loan Fund during a complimentary webinar scheduled for 2 p.m. today – NCUA

star3 A district court judge in Virginia has dismissed another lawsuit that alleged a credit union’s website violated the Americans with Disabilities Act – CU Times

star3 President Donald Trump said Friday he would likely sign a Senate bill that would enable banks and credit unions to do business with cannabis-related companies in states where marijuana is legal – American Banker

star3 The spectacular growth in online shopping is not only tamping down inflation more than previously thought, but also distorting the way it is measured – New York Times

star3 A provision in S.2155 is designed to allow consumers easier access to online banking, and that could affect a credit union’s member identification policy under the Bank Secrecy Act – CUToday

star3 The state Legislature is advancing a bill that would prohibit consumer credit-agencies from charging a fee for initiating a credit security freeze – Times Union

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