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Date Recipient Title
     
08/07/15 Senator Heitkamp Letter Supporting the Relationship Lending Preservation Act (S. 1974) (PDF) 
     
08/05/15 Senators Rounds and King Letter Supporting the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection Advisory Board Enhancement Act (S. 1963) (PDF) 
     
08/04/15 Senators McConnell and Reid Industry Letter Supporting Passage of the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA) (S. 754) (PDF) 
     
07/28/15 Representatives Boehner and Pelosi Industry Letter Opposing Decrease in a Bank’s Federal Reserve Stock Investment Dividend (PDF) 
     
07/28/15 House Letter Requesting Support of Community Banking Legislative Priorities (PDF) 
     
07/28/15 Senate Letter Requesting Support of Community Banking Legislative Priorities (PDF) 
     
07/28/15 Representative Williams Letter Supporting for the Community Financial Institution Exemption Act (H.R. 3048) (PDF) 
     
07/27/15 Representatives Hensarling and Waters Industry Letter Supporting the Homebuyers Assistance Act (H.R. 3192) (PDF) 
     
07/27/15 Representatives Hensarling and Waters Markup of Important Regulatory Reform Bills (PDF) 
     
07/24/15 Representatives Boehner, Pelosi, McCarthy and Hoyer Letter Opposing Decrease in a Bank’s Federal Reserve Stock Investment Dividend (PDF) 
     
07/22/15 Senators Vitter and Shaheen and Representatives Chabot and Velazquez Letter Supporting an Increase in the Legal Lending Limit for the Small Business Administration’s (SBA’s) 7(a) Guaranteed Lending Program (PDF) 
     
07/21/15 Senators Boozman and Coons Letter Opposing Amendment Increasing Credit Union Member Business Lending Cap (PDF) 
     
07/21/15 Congress Letter Requesting Hearing on NCUA Member Business Lending Proposal (PDF) 
     
07/20/15 Senators Hatch and Wyden Letter Supporting Extension of Tax Provisions (PDF) 
     
07/16/15 Senators Inhofe and Boxer Industry Letter Opposing a Proposal that Would Reduce the Dividend the Federal Reserve Pays on the Stock (PDF) 

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