The banking industry racked up another victory Wednesday in its legal fight to prevent occupation-based credit unions from serving employees at more than one company.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit refused to reconsider a July 30 decision by a three of its judges holding that the National Credit Union Administration overstepped its authority when it allowed AT&T Family Federal Credit Union to serve employees from more than 150 companies.

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