A federal judge has rejected the American Banker Association's request to participate in a California case challenging occupation-based credit unions.

U.S. District Judge Richard A. Paez said in a Feb. 4 order that he denied the motion because the case is on hold pending the Supreme Court's decision in a similar case involving AT&T Family Federal Credit Union. The ABA may renew its request once the stay has been lifted, the judge said.

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