Straight to The Point: June 6

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star3 The 2018 Convention app is the official guide to the 2018 Annual Meeting & Convention. With the app, which can now be downloaded in the App Store and through Google Play, users gain access to complete information on Convention agendas, speakers, Learning Labs and more – The Point

star3 New York Credit Union Association President/CEO William J. Mellin recently submitted a comment letter to the state Department of Financial Services, commending the department for exempting credit life insurance from the requirements of a proposed amendment to an insurance regulation – The Point

star3 To achieve its mission of “fostering the financial independence of New Yorkers through credit unions,” the New York Credit Union Foundation provides financial support to the credit union community through four grant programs – Foundation

star3 The American Bankers Association has filed a cross-appeal in response to NCUA’s own appeal in a challenge to the agency’s field of membership rule – CUToday

star3 Technology has automated and digitized many aspects of the credit union experience, but, according to a new survey, people would just rather talk to a human in some situations – CU Times

star3  The CFPB’s acting Director, Mick Mulvaney, has angered consumer advocates by refusing to hold meetings with the bureau’s advisory board – CU Journal

star3 Facebook is no longer the dominant social media platform among teens – Slate

star3 Home prices showed yet another surge in April, as year-over-year values increased for all 50 states – HousingWire 

star3 The Supreme Court not only ruled on the First Amendment protections afforded to religious bakers, it also came down with a decision that contains some practical advice for creditors everywhere, including credit unions – New York’s State of Mind

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