WASHINGTON - Reversing its position on a controversial issue, the Credit Union National Association now opposes a Senate bill that would increase federal authority over state-chartered institutions.

The industry's largest trade group decided last Monday to abandon a May 19 commitment to support the legislation. The affiliated state leagues said the proposed Credit Union Reform and Enhancement Act would kill the dual- chartering system.

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