The new rule is considered a “step in the right direction” and takes effect June 1.
Passage of HB 2057 was an eight-year journey and Northwest advocates never gave up.
New legislation ensures that lienholders are notified immediately whenever a law enforcement agency requires a tow.
After a nearly three-month long legislative session, advocacy results in passage of legislation to improve credit unions’ operating environment.
Mid Oregon wins CUNA’s top national honor for the most active use of its member engagement advocacy tool.
Joint letters to Congressional representatives call for support of the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act.
Governor Inslee signed HB/2057 into law, creating essential protections for consumers facing foreclosure.
Advocacy pays off for credit unions and their members as Governor Inslee signs two priority bills into law.
Updates modernize Board, Supervisory Committee, and credit union bond requirements.
The common-sense regulatory relief package passed in the Senate last week but needs credit unions’ advocacy as it heads for the House.
An appeals court has overturned provisions of a ruling that was costly and inefficient for credit unions.
As the U.S. Senate debated S. 2155, credit unions called their teams and members to action in support of the legislation.
Marijuana Banking legislation is ready for the Governor’s signature, and Public Funds legislation passes in the Senate.
Northwest credit union advocates joined credit union colleagues from across the nation to spread the message of the Credit Union Difference and to fight for lasting regulatory relief.