WASHINGTON-The schizophrenic relationship between credit unions and banks was on display last week with the two sides lobbying members of the House hand in hand to roll back parts of last year's Wall Street reform bill-while simultaneously bashing each other before the Senate over the proposed increase in member business loans for credit unions.

The rare Jekyl-and-Hyde performance comes just days after credit union and bank executives visited many of the same congressional offices together to lobby against the cap on debit fees.

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