WASHINGTON -- Fed up with high transaction costs paid to bank-owned automated teller machine networks, the credit union industry has put together its own interstate network with the aim of building a national system.

To date, more than 390 credit unions in Arizona, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, Florida, New York, Connecticut, and Louisiana have gone on-line with the system, known as Member Access. Organizers are eyeing the 42 other states.

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