At Idaho’s Credit Union Day at the Capitol, the messages included credit unions’ economic impact and the benefits not-for-profit cooperatives provide to their members.
Idaho, Oregon, and Washington credit unions demonstrated the strength of our region’s CU Movement with more than $240,000 in contributions to CULAC in 2017! As the winner of the Golden Ticket drawing, Lewis Clark Credit Union will send two representatives to advocate at this year’s CUNA GAC.
Find out how TEAM, your Association’s newly developed advocacy toolkit, can increase your team’s engagement, grow your credit union, and advance the Northwest CU Movement.
Unlimited public funds, marijuana banking, and the Credit Union Difference were the key messages credit union advocates shared with legislators.
See our credit union advocates’ updates from the floor, and find out how you can help advance Idaho credit unions’ legislative priorities in the coming weeks.
With the help of credit union advocates, SHB 1209 moves to the Senate Finance Committee.
An independent study illustrates Idaho credit unions’ significant contributions to their members and communities, to the tune of $638 million in total economic impact.
Share your CUobsession with your legislators by joining us for your state’s Day at the Capitol in 2018.
Show your legislators the Credit Union Difference by joining us in Olympia on Jan. 24.
Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act Advances Through Senate Banking Committee
The bipartisan bill includes several key legislative priorities for Northwest credit unions.
Connect with and inspire your legislators by joining us for your state’s Day at the Capitol in 2018.
2018 Crash the GAC Deadline extended to Dec. 8; CLIMB Idaho opens application period for CLIMB @ the Capitol.
As 2017 comes to a close, Northwest credit unions are keeping the spirit of advocacy alive. Learn how your support for CULAC between now and Dec. 31 can get you a “golden ticket” to CUNA’s GAC.
Thanks to the advocacy efforts of Northwest credit unions, the legislation represents a significant win for the Credit Union Movement on the federal level.