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From payroll deductions to raffles, there are countless ways employees can help elect credit union-friendly candidates to Congress.
The $865.5 million will be distributed to the capital account holders of the former Members United, Southwest Corporate, and U.S. Central Corporate credit Unions.
Despite the unprecedented virtual meeting challenges, the work progressed.
In an unprecedented session requiring mostly virtual connection, the advocacy agenda still moved forward.
In so doing, the Court reiterated a precedent set when they determined that the structure of the CFPB was unconstitutional.
The news came during yesterday’s meeting of the Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council as part of Dr. Stephen Lerch’s official quarterly forecast.
The NCUA released their June 24, 2021 board meeting agenda.
The Oregon Legislature is in the final weeks of the 2021 Legislative Session.
Governor Little held a press conference while visiting the communities around Coeur d’Alene, outlining the current strength and continued positive trajectory of Idaho’s economy.
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Legislation significantly updating the charter and electronic application processes are headed for Gov. Brown’s desk.
Only one week following the quasi-end of the 2021 Idaho Legislative Session and the race to be Idaho’s Governor has already started to get crowded.
The legislation modernizes the OR Credit Union Act, & helps credit unions’ loan and membership application processes.
After breaking the record for the longest Legislative Session in State history, at 122 Days, the Idaho Legislature has returned to their districts, having completed their business for the year…but are they done?
The Northwest Credit Union Association’s two priority bills, HB3079 and HB3080, passed with unanimous votes out of the Senate Labor and Business Committee and will head to the Senator floor.
What you need to know about HB2009A as it moves through the legislature.
Late Wednesday evening, the Idaho Senate and House worked through the vast majority of their remaining legislative work.