For the second straight year, the Credit Union National Association feels backed into a corner during its annual convention.

Last year bankers were filing lawsuits against expanding credit unions and CUNA launched a public relations counterattack. This year the federal regulator wants to restrict interlocks between corporate credit unions and trade groups, and the industr9's largest association has set aside $150,000 to finance a lawsuit.

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