Credit union bill on the shelf
The banking industry caught a break on April 23 when Senate Democratic leadership decided to delay a vote on the Small Business Lending Enhancement Act (S. 2231/H.R. 1418). The act would have more than doubled the credit union lending limit for member business loans to 27.5 percent from 12.25 percent of total assets. The Senate’s full schedule has been cited in explaining the delay. According to the American Bankers Association, the bill remains on the Senate calendar and can be recalled for a . . .
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