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Double down on grassroots advocacy

first_imgIt’s amazing what our industry can do when we come together to advocate for the issues most important to us.Passing the Financial CHOICE Act out of the House in June was an enormous victory—one fueled by our synchronized work to tell Congress we need relief.But now we must turn to the Senate. And I hope you’ll join our Campaign for Common-Sense Regulation to drive this victory home.Over the past six months, CUNA and league advocates, credit union leaders, and thousands of credit union members have painted a clear picture about the need to unsaddle credit unions from one-size-fits-all regulations that are clearly inappropriate for credit unions and other small financial institutions.That work, under the umbrella of our campaign, led to the House approving the CHOICE Act. This legislation carries a number of measures that will provide significant regulatory relief to credit unions. continue reading » 11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Lugano heading to The Hawthorns

first_img Lugano, who began his career with Nacional in his homeland before moving to Sao Paulo in Brazil, has played in Europe since joining Fenerbahce in 2006. He joined PSG in 2011 but his time in the French capital was interrupted by injuries. After making 12 league appearances in his first season, he was pushed further down the pecking order by the arrival of the likes of Thiago Silva as PSG began to spend big, and he joined Malaga on loan in January this year. “I’m doing something that has been missing in my career, playing in the Premier League, without doubt the most beautiful and competitive league in the world,” Lugano added. “The challenge is to match what West Bromwich achieved last season and trying to go a step further to reach European competitions.” PSG have further added to their defensive ranks this summer with the 32million euro (£27.8million) signing of 19-year-old Brazilian Marquinhos from Roma, making Lugano expendable. “Paris Saint-Germain thanks Lugano for the professionalism he has shown throughout his contract and wishes him well in the English league,” the club said in a statement. Press Association Uruguay defender Diego Lugano has announced he is leaving Paris St Germain to join West Brom.center_img The 32-year-old, who spent part of last season on loan at Malaga, said he has agreed a two-year deal at the Hawthorns, with the deal confirmed by the French champions. “I am very please to join West Bromwich Albion for the next two years,” Lugano wrote on his Twitter account. last_img read more

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