WASHINGTON – At least one member of Congress believes the two parties can work together.

Rep. Blaine Leutkemeyer (R-MO) told CUNA’s GAC, “I am optimistic that the two parties can begin working better together to get more accomplished. We were able to pass the ATM legislation [that eliminated the requirement for dual fee disclosures] and we are working on [credit card] privacy notice legislation we think will get passed. [Washington] can get back on track and do a lot of good for a lot of people.”

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