In a case that could impact how commercial banks compete with community-based credit unions in Pennsylvania, a banking industry group argues that amendments to the Pennsylvania Constitution have rendered moot longstanding decisions by the state Supreme Court regarding allowable tax exemptions.

Countering that argument before the high court, the Pennsylvania Credit Union Association says that for well more than a century, the Constitution’s only prohibition on tax exemptions has been against total dispensation.

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