WASHINGTON - A former credit union manager who has fought a tumultuous, four-year legal battle with the federal government is trying to take his case to the U.S. Supreme Court.

John R. Doolittle, former president of Bay Gulf Federal Credit Union, is seeking to overturn a 1991 National Credit Union Administration decision that prohibited him from running a federally insured institution. He also must repay $42,857 to the institution for bad real estate loans made on his watch.

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