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Testimony of Rick Stafford, President/CEO of Tower Federal Credit Union, before the House Financial Services Committee Subcommittee on Housing and Insurance

"Sustainable Housing Finance: Private Sector Perspectives on Housing Finance Reform"

Testimony of Steve Grooms, President/CEO of 1st Liberty Federal Credit Union, before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee

"Fostering Economic Growth: The Role of Financial Institutions in Local Communities”

Testimony of Keith Stone, President & CEO of The Finest Federal Credit Union, before the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit

"Ending the De Novo Drought: Examining the Application Process for De Novo Financial Institutions"

Testimony of Jim Mooney, President & CEO of Chevron Federal Credit Union, before the House Small Business Committee

"Small Business Cybersecurity: Federal Resources and Coordination"

Written testimony of NAFCU submitted to the National Credit Union Association (NCUA)

Remarks Regarding the National Credit Union Administration’s 2017 and 2018 Proposed Budgets

Testimony of Scott Eagerton, President and CEO of Dixies Federal Credit Union, for the House Small Business Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access

"Financing Main Street: How Dodd-Frank is Crippling Small Lenders and Access to Capital"

Testimony of Ed Templeton, President and CEO of SRP Federal Credit Union, before the Senate Banking Committee

“Regulatory Relief for Community Banks and Credit Unions”

Testimony of Linda McFadden, President and CEO of XCEL Federal Credit Union, before the Senate Banking Committee

"Examining the State of Small Depository Institutions"

NAFCU Statement for the Record for the House Financials Services Committee

"Who's in Your Wallet: Examining How Washington Red Tape Impairs Economic Freedom"

Testimony from Daniel Weickenand, CEO of Orion Federal Credit Union, before the House Financial Services Committee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit

“How Prospective and Current Homeowners Will Be Harmed by the CFPB’s Qualified Mortgage Rule”