Employees of federal credit unions don't have to pay hotel occupancy taxes when attending business meetings, a U.S. judge has ruled in California.

In a summary judgment Nov. 14, Judge Edward Rafeedie of the Central District of California upheld the California Credit Union League's argument that the employees are exempt under the Federal Credit Union Act.

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