The work continues with opportunities to inform the newly elected how credit unions’ not-for-profit, cooperative structure serves America.
Credit unions will continue their staunch advocacy in 2021 and beyond.
Work groups in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington volunteered this summer to recommend legislative, regulatory advocacy.
Flexibility introduced during the COVID-19 pandemic could continue to help credit unions members permanently, advocates say.
Help your members save for education, childcare, health care, their first home, and retirement.
While the House and Senate got down to business, there were some disruptive protests followed by arrests.
Thanks to video-conferencing technology, more credit union advocates than ever were able to share their COVID-19 relief efforts with members of Congress.
This year’s virtual environment presented an opportunity for more voices to be heard.
The state asked and, once again, several credit unions answered the call.
The Credit Union Movement’s legal advocacy worked for credit unions, and for Main Street.
Virtual event opens the doors for more credit union advocates to meet with members of Congress.
During the three-day online workshop, advocates shared and discussed the power of compelling credit union stories.
Though events and campaigns will look differently this month, credit unions can still find creative ways to promote credit union-friendly congressional candidates.
Supreme Court Delivers a Huge Win for the Credit Union Movement with Denial of Banks’ Appeal on Field of Membership
Former NCUA Chair Rick Metsger weighs in on the importance of this development.