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First Six-State Spring ‘Hike the Hill’ Gets Results

Advocates bolstered support for federal legislation and met with NCUA directors.

Level Up Your Advocacy Skills to Build Relationships and Break Barriers

On July 20-21, join this free advocacy training to learn what it means to be a credit union advocate and use your voice to move the needle on key legislation.

New Member Business Loan Rule Takes Effect in Oregon

As a result of advocacy, credit unions have more options to help Main Street businesses.

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New Member Business Loan Rule Took Effect in Oregon June 1

As a result of advocacy, credit unions have more options to help Main Street businesses.

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Oregon Legislature Meets This Week!

This past Wednesday marked the first day of “Legislative Days” of the 2022 Oregon Interim Session.

Four Ways Sharing Your Data Advances the Credit Union Movement

By completing the economic and community impact surveys, you’re helping to lay the groundwork for a proactive advocacy agenda in early 2023.

Idaho’s May Primary Brings New Faces to the Legislature

In the Idaho Legislature, some unprecedented outcomes left well-known leaders at the short end of the vote tally.

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Primary Election in Oregon Full of Competition!

Yesterday’s Primary Election in Oregon was full of candidates for voters to pick from.

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Vote Tuesday in Idaho’s Primary Election

This is a pivotal time in Idaho politics, and we need you to let your voice be heard.

Full Speed Ahead: Putting the Advocacy Model of the Future in High Gear

In the soon-to-be new, six-state Association, expect more influential voices and deeper member engagement.

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Two Key Congressional Hearings Wednesday Focus on Issues Important to Credit Unions and Their Members

Help move the advocacy needle in the right direction by participating in calls to action regarding interchange and overdraft protection.

NWCUA Analysis of April 21 NCUA Board Meeting

The NCUA Board of Directors met April 21 to discuss cybersecurity and the agency’s DEI commitments.

Governor Little Signs Digital Assets Bill, Idaho Legislature Adjourns Sine Die

The 2022 Session of the Idaho Legislature came to a close, earlier this afternoon, following an eventful three months of in-depth legislative activity.

Governor Little Signs Credit Union Act Update Legislation

For credit union advocates, a bill-signing ceremony is cause for celebration.

Governor Little Signs Idaho Credit Union Act Update Into Law

This legislation, the 2022 update to the Idaho Credit Union Act, brings significant updates, modernization, and flexibility into the Idaho Credit Union Act

Washington Reps. Kirby, Hoff Will Not Run for Re-Election

When the Washington State Legislature re-convenes in January 2023 it will be without two credit union champions as both Rep. Steve Kirby, D-Tacoma, and Rep. Larry Hoff, R-Vancouver, will not run for re-election in November.

Credit Union Advocacy Efforts Lead to Big Moves by Congress

In conversations with legislators at CUNA GAC, credit union leaders helped move the needle on two important issues.

NWCUA and CUNA Collaborate on Ad Supporting Congressman Kurt Schrader

The ad highlights Schrader’s support for digital broadband expansion and its implications for banking in underserved areas.