Message from the Editor About Story Links to the CU Times

As many of you know, I used to cover Washington for the Credit Union Times. When the pandemic struck, the parent company furloughed all freelancers–including me.

As all of us who have lived through the pandemic chaos also know, things change from day to day. Well, the Credit Union Times has offered me the opportunity to contribute stories once again. But who knows? Things may change again, so I’m not furloughing the Washington Credit Union Daily. I will continue to write about the regulatory, legislative and political developments affecting credit unions for both the Credit Union Times and the Washington Credit Union Daily.

The only change you may notice is that when you call up a story, it may take you to a story on the Credit Union Times website. My stories will post one place or the other, but the links I send will be to my work. A free account (registration) is required to read the stories at the Credit Union Times, so on your first visit you will be asked to set that up.

If you end up at the Credit Union Times, check out the wonderful reporting on a wide range of issues affecting credit unions. I hope you will continue to read the Washington Credit Union Daily for the additional coverage it will provide.

Again, thanks for reading.

David Baumann

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