WASHINGTON - A bill strengthening the federal government's power over state-chartered credit unions cleared the Senate Banking Committee on a unanimous vote last week.

The Credit Union Reform and Enhancement Act, which would limit the lending and investing powers of federally insured, state-chartered credit unions, sailed through without any amendments.

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