A bill introduced in Nebraska's Legislature this year that would exempt credit unions from a state financial institutions tax and greatly expand their reach has angered the state's bankers.

"I call it a credit union special-interest bill," said Kurt Yost, executive director of the Nebraska Independent Bankers Association. "And you can be assured it will be vehemently opposed by the entire banking community."

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