Straight to The Point: May 18

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star3 The New York Credit Union Association is proud to welcome three deserving individuals into the New York Credit Union Hall of Fame, which honors those who devoted their lives to the philosophy and success of the credit union movement, and who have made a significant impact on credit unions at the local, state or national levels – The Point

star3 Reminder: Filene Research Institute and Bethpage FCU will host a complimentary learning session June 26 in New York City that will explore the future of autonomous transportation, and the implications and opportunities for credit unions – Filene

star3 NCUA has released its agenda for the agency upcoming board meeting, scheduled for Thursday, May 24. The agenda includes a proposed rule on Payday Alternative Loans, and a final rule on involuntary liquidations and claims procedures – CUNA

star3 The House is expected to consider the Senate-passed bill, S.2155, next week, based on a vague promise that the Senate will take up additional changes to the Dodd-Frank Act that House Republicans support – CU Times

star3 A new policy from the federal Small Business Administration will make it nearly impossible for any type of marijuana or marijuana-related business to obtain a government-backed loan – CUToday

star3 New York City Public Advocate Letitia James’ bid to become the state’s attorney general is gaining increasing support from Democratic leaders – Times Union

star3 The Senate passed a resolution in a 52-47 vote to overturn a decision last December by the Federal Communications Commission to dismantle net-neutrality rules – New York Times

star3 The FCC issued a public notice requesting comments on several issues related to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act – CUNA

star3 A decision by a federal appeals court raises the possibility that federally chartered credit unions in New York may not be exempt from a state law mandating that banks and credit unions pay interest on mortgage escrow accounts – New York’s State of Mind

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