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CFPB gathering feedback on remittance rule

first_img continue reading » The CFPB has issued a request for information (RFI) on its remittance rule – a positive sign for the industry as the bureau considers possible changes to the rule. NAFCU has long expressed concerns about the rule’s highly burdensome compliance costs and urged the bureau to exempt credit unions from the rule.“NAFCU has long argued that credit unions should be exempt from all CFPB rulemakings, including its remittance rule,” said NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger. “The remittance rule imposes overbearing compliance costs, which have effectively prevented many credit unions from providing assistance to consumers in need.“The rule, as it stands, pushes countless consumers away from credit unions and into the waiting arms of shady, fly-by-night entities that may do consumers harm. We appreciate the CFPB’s commitment to reviewing the rule, and we look forward to continuing to work with them throughout the process,” Berger added. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Patriots players ‘pulling for’ reinstated receiver Josh Gordon

first_imgJosh Gordon is getting yet another chance, and he has the full support of his squad as he prepares to get back on the field.The Patriots wide receiver was reinstated by the NFL on Friday after he was suspended indefinitely in December for violating the terms of his reinstatement under the league’s substance abuse policy, and his teammates are looking forward to welcoming him back. Antonio Brown’s new helmet fails test; receiver reacts with harsh tweet “We are excited,” captain Matthew Slater said, via NBCSportsBoston. “I’ll say this: Football is number two. We want to see him first and foremost doing well as an individual, doing well as a man, and we want to support him however we can. We’re just going to take this one day at a time, which is all any of us can do. And we’ll see what tomorrow brings and then we’ll let the day after that worry about it when it comes around.”Gordon has struggled with sobriety throughout his NFL career and has been suspended numerous times for violations of the league’s substance abuse policy, but Slater is confident he is getting the help he needs. Related News “I think having support is always a good thing, no matter who you are, no matter what life has brought your way,” Slater said. “I think support is good, and hopefully he finds that he has support here. I think that’s really all I can say about it now. What’s good, what’s not good remains to be seen.”While he won’t be permitted to play Aug. 22 when New England hosts the Panthers, Gordon can rejoin the Patriots on Sunday.”Obviously we’re excited because we’re pulling for him. We love him,” safety Duron Harmon said, per ESPN. “We always want the best for him, more than anything. He’s a part of this team, a brother of ours. We’re looking forward to seeing him on Sunday.”center_img Gordon, 28, caught 41 passes for 737 yards and four touchdowns for the Patriots last year after being traded from Cleveland to New England before the start of the season.Initially taken by the Browns in the supplemental draft in 2012, Gordon has been in and out of the league in that span and has missed 61 games due to suspension. Andrew Luck sighting: Colts quarterback warms up ahead of Week 2 preseason gamelast_img read more

INQUEST OF ELDERLY COUPLE CANNOT TAKE PLACE UNTIL MURDER TRIAL

first_imgJulian Cuddihy arrives at a previous court sitting. Pic by Northwest News Pix.An inquest into the deaths of an elderly Inishowen couple cannot go ahead until a High Court case is heard in Dublin.Carndonagh Coroner’s Court has heard that the inquests of Jimmy and Kathleen Cuddihy cannot proceed until a trial takes place. The couple, both aged in their seventies, died after being violently attacked in their Churchtown, Carn home on Wednesday, October 22, 2014.Two days later, their son Julian Cuddihy (44) was charged with the murder at a special sitting of Ballyshannon District Court.Garda Superintendent Eugene McGovern said the inquest, when it happens, will “definitely take more than a day.”Coroner, retired doctor John Madden, said he would “like to get it completed in July if possible”.However Supt McGovern said he “cannot see that happening.”“I would say it definitely will not be ready by July.”Dr. Madden asked if the Cuddihy inquest could go ahead in July if Julian were to plead guilty in June.However Supt McGovern still didn’t think so.“Even if there is a guilty plea or a plea of insanity, that will require a lot of evidence and medical reports. It’s highly unlikely to be ready.”Dr. Madden and Supt McGovern agreed to set a ‘provisional’ inquest date of July 22.“We’ll be in a position by then to know the attitude of the defence. We will know what will have happened on June 7,” Supt McGovern told the Carn sitting of the Coroner’s Court.Members of the Cuddihy family did not attend Friday’s short Coroner’s Court hearing but solicitor Ray Lannon maintained a watching brief on their behalf.At the joint-funeral of Kathleen and Jimmy Cuddihy in October 2014, the couple’s daughter Maureen made a public appeal urging local families to seek immediate help for anyone they suspected to be suffering from mental health problems.INQUEST OF ELDERLY COUPLE CANNOT TAKE PLACE UNTIL MURDER TRIAL was last modified: April 5th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CarndonaghdonegalInishowenJulian Cuddihymurdersonlast_img read more

DOHERTY IS FIRST HOME IN AN CRAOBHIN OPERATION TRANSFORMATION 5K

first_imgSome of the crowd at today’s race.A great crowd of 100 runners and walkers of all ages took part in the An Craobhin Operation Transformation 5K today.The following are the results and all the times. Time Number Name17.05 2759 Liam Doherty M17.09 2760 John Sweeney M17.14 2553 Edward Sweeney M 17.42 2764 James Mc Fadden M18.11 2761 Johnny o Doherty M18.5 2739 Joe Gallagher M19 2745 Jimmy Gallager M19.09 2758 Christopher Murray M19.32 2550 Adrian Gaffey M 19.41 2777 Eddie Gallagher M20.03 2763 Frances Gallagher F20.13 2749 Brian Hegarty M20.23 2781 John Doherty M 20.36 2762 Seamus Gallagher M20.4 2740 Johnny Mc Cafferty M20.5 2543 Helen Mc Laughlin F20.53 2800 James Mc Laughlin M22.1 2551 Grainne Mc Daid F22.12 2738 Liam Doherty M22.42 2788 Noel Mc Bride M22.58 2549 Nancy Mc Namee F23.2 2741 Jonathan Halley M23.41 2799 John Bradley M24.14 2798 Aubrey Baxter M24.19 2552 Petra Mc Cafferty F24.22 2547 Hugh Rodden M24.25 2785 Patrick Patton M24.26 2780 Lisa Doherty F24.53 2747 Henry Gallagher M25.44 2789 John Mc Brearty M26.17 2735 Noreen Mc Shea F26.19 2563 Marie Kelly F26.21 2768 Mary T Gallagher F26.22 2767 Liam Mc Laughlin M26.34 2744 Marie Mc Fadden F26.46 2565 Martina Mc Grenra F26.48 2787 Ann Kelly F26.5 2778 Sharon Gallagher F27.15 2743 Ann Sweeney F27.19 2718 Eileen Duggan F27.24 2794 Maureen Gallagher F27.26 2545 Noreen Fagan F27.36 2737 Andrea Doherty F27.54 2755 Gerry Burke M28.52 2564 Tina Paige F29.06 2566 Martin Gallagher M29.11 2796 Cormac Gallagher Child29.12 2769 maria Murray F29.2 2742 Claire Mc Bride F29.29 2748 Michelle Doherty F29.39 2734 Paula Mc Elwaine F29.5 2776 Mary Duddy F30.05 2774 Fiona Mc Connell F30.32 2792 Madge Gallagher F30.45 2557 Sally Anne Sherry F30.53 2782 Tracey Cannon F31.28 2733 Carol Mc Elwaine F31.28 2556 Donna Mc Gettigan F31.34 2756 Michelle Rankin F31.43 2793 Denis Gallagher M31.53 2546 Bernard Boyle M31.54 2773 Shania Mc Laughlin Child31.55 2558 Fiona Mc Geady F32 2752 Rosleen Brennan F32 2544 Julie Murphy F32.06 2779 Rosaleen Gallagher F32.12 2746 Ann Marie Gallagher F32.15 2707 Diane Mc Mahon F32.38 2757 Grace Murray F32.41 2541 Kathleen Mc Court F33.12 2717 Eileen Mc Laughlin F33.5 2542 Sharon Mc Laughlin F34.53 2754 Sinead Gallagher F35.52 2548 Ann Quinn F36.25 2790 Orla Mc Ginty Child36.29 2775 Emma Mc Connell F36.3 2554 Fidelma Gallagher F36.35 2795 Eoin Gallagher Child36.36 2791 Lee Mc Ginty Child36.37 2770 Frances mc Bride F36.38 2736 Eileen Kelly F36.49 2797 Brendan Gallagher m39.2 2753 Louise Gillen F40.32 2786 Gerard Forde M45.03 2783 Gemma Spratt F45.03 2784 Anna Spratt F45.46 2562 Treasa Gallagher F45.54 2561 Hugh Gallagher M45.54 2567 Tara Copper F45.54 2568 Hugo Copper M46.44 2765 Helen Shields F46.44 2766 Ann Patterson F47.01 2771 Siobhan Mc Laughlin F47.03 2772 Niamh Mc Laughlin Child49.36 2555 Rosaleen Mc Daid F49.36 2559 Paul Gallagher M49.36 2560 Cian Gallagher ChildDOHERTY IS FIRST HOME IN AN CRAOBHIN OPERATION TRANSFORMATION 5K was last modified: March 16th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:5kAn CraoibhinResultslast_img read more