Legislation is making its way through the California Assembly that would enable state-chartered credit unions to add members from outside the United States.

The Cross Border Credit Union Services Bill would let credit unions open branches and serve member groups in foreign countries, particularly Mexico and Canada. It is inspired by the North American Free Trade Agreement, which opened the door for many corporations to set up factories and other operations across U.S. borders.

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