5 credit union bills ignored by the Senate

first_imgby: Nicholas BallasyThe House of Representatives passed five key pieces of legislation supported by credit union trade groups in 2014, but they did not make it out of the Senate before the end of session. Find out which bills credit unions will continue to advocate for during visits with elected officials in 2015.1. Reg D Study ActThe Republican-controlled House approved the Regulation D Study Act unanimously by a 422 to 0 vote on Dec. 2. The bill would require the Government Accountability Office to make recommendations to Congress on how to update the law, which limits the number of monthly electronic withdrawals from a savings account to six, to better reflect modern technology and account usage. However, the Democratic-led Senate did not bring the bill to a vote before Senators left Washington for the year. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more