Union Jacked

If the U.S. Supreme Court agrees with commercial bankers that credit unions enjoy an unfair advantage, millions of people will pay a lot more for financial services.

Kristine Heykants

Berry likens the situation to David's battle against Goliath. With only 2 percent of deposits, credit unions are a small player in the financial world. Banks look at credit unions and see an easy target, he says. "But you know the story of David and Goliath and how that turned out. We'll have to wait and see."

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