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January 20, 2014 1:49 PM

Taxing credit unions would hurt low- and middle-income Americans

Though most agree our federal tax system needs work, taxing the one financial institution system serving 96 million Americans is not the way to do it. Congress today should remember the wisdom of its 1934 class of predecessors and ensure that the credit union tax exemption is sustained for the benefit of American consumers.

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