NY Minute: Dec. 10, 2019

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star3 Here are the Association’s top advocacy priorities THE NEW YORK MINUTE

star3 NDAA advanced without CU-opposed language THE NEW YORK MINUTE

star3 Juntos Avanzamos webinar slated for today THE NEW YORK MINUTE

star3 Credit unions less efficient than banks, study says CU TIMES

star3 A precedent-setting deal? CUTODAY

star3 Ondot brings Apple Card functionality to banks and credit unions FORBES

star3 Cuomo’s multibillion-dollar headache CITY & STATE

star3 Mastercard, Doconomy to enable carbon footprint tracking of purchases PYMNTS

star3 State establishes framework for hemp related products NEW YORK’S STATE OF MIND

Webinar will highlight benefits of community partnerships in immigrant outreach

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New York’s credit unions are invited to participate in an Inclusiv webinar, “Leveraging Partnerships to Reach the Hispanic Market,” scheduled for 2 p.m. today. Inclusiv will host the webinar in collaboration with Catholic Charities USA, Lutheran Refugee Immigration Services and Rio Grande Credit Union. The session is this year’s fourth installment of the Juntos Avanzamos webinar series and is open to all credit unions.

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NDAA advanced without CU-opposed language

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A provision in the National Defense Authorization Act strongly opposed by the New York Credit Union Association was not included in the conference report, which is the final version of the bill after the House and Senate negotiated on the language of the legislation. The omission represents a significant victory for the credit union movement.

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