The credit union industry and its regulator swung into action Tuesday to fight a federal court order preventing thousands of occupation-based institutions from expanding.

The National Credit Union Administration on Tuesday asked U.S. District Judge Thomas P. Jackson to clarify his Oct. 25 order barring 3,586 federal credit unions from adding members who don't work for the businesses the organizations were chartered to serve.

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