Today Congressman Kurt Schrader (D – OR 5) joined other House Democrats in signing on to the below letter against the IRS data collection proposal. This comes after Senators Manchin and Sinema indicate their skepticism on the provision.
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In a statement from the letter NCUA outlines, “Low-income credit unions may receive 30-year subordinated debt investments from the ECIP.
The letter had more than 200 Republican co-signers.
A recent IRS data collection proposal taken up in the Reconciliation package in congress has brought us yet another opportunity to show up and make our collective voices heard.
Idaho credit union leaders joined U.S. Senator Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) and other stakeholders for a roundtable discussion Tuesday, Oct. 12
If you have been watching the news over this past week, you know there has been quite a potentially high-stakes political tennis match between Governor Brad Little and Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin.
President Biden has signed a continuing resolution “CR” to fund the government through December 3rd, allowing negotiations to continue on major legislative pieces of his policy agenda.
As credit union advocates hold the last few meetings with the delegation as part of the most recent Hike at Home there are a number of important issues facing Congress.
The Oregon Legislature went into a special session on Monday, September 20th with the primary goal of approving the new Congressional and Legislative maps to send to Governor Brown. This “redistricting” session came after months of meetings and hours of public comment.
Senator Cantwell (D – WA) serves as the Chair of the Senate Commerce, Science, & Transportation Committee. The hearing, is scheduled for next Wednesday and is titled “Protecting Consumer Privacy.”
The controversial IRS data collection provisions is not currently included in House language, which is a huge win for the robust credit union advocacy effort.
Another key amendment for consideration on the National Defense Authorization Act this week is the Remote Online Notary.
The National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is a large must pass bill that has been negotiated in the House and Senate Committees.
Under the pretext of closing the “tax gap,” Democrats are seeking to increase IRS funding.
The letter was signed by dozens of house members late last week.
Samantha Beeler reports the Armed Services Committee markup is favorable to CUs thus far.
This effort is intended to improve taxpayer compliance and increase federal revenues by $463 billion over the next ten years.