New York lawmakers dropped additional powers for credit unions from a bill they passed, for fear of opposition by banks.

The state Assembly and Senate in late June removed parts of the legislation that would have authorized credit unions to accept municipal deposits from local governments and act as their fiscal agents. Thrifts have been lobbying for years for the same rights, but only commercial banks now have such powers in the state.

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