As it gathers in Dallas for its 61st annual meeting today and Tuesday, the Credit Union National Association is suffering from growing pains.

The past year has been rough. The failure of Capital Corporate Federal Credit Union tarnished the whole industry and once-coddling legislators have called for tougher supervision. Two of the association's largest members bolted after it took the federal government to court.

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