As Congress prepares the fourth round of stimulus relief, NWCUA is working closely with key committee members and all Northwest representatives to represent credit unions’ interests.
Credit unions can access and share a variety of resources to assure members they are here for them during this difficult time.
Through a joint news release, the banking system messaged that financial institutions are safe, sound, reliable, and here for you.
The work of advocacy pays off as the Credit Union Act updates are signed into law, along with a lienholder notification bill.
The funding can help credit unions continue to support members impacted by COVID-19.
The impasse notwithstanding, credit unions seized the opportunity to shine the spotlight on their services and impact.
CUNA GAC concludes with successful Congressional meetings. A positive spotlight was on Northwest credit unions and their impact on the communities they serve, as well as the value they deliver to their memberships.
NWCUA provided testimony to the Senate Committee on Education about credit unions’ work to fill gaps in education requirements.
In his CUNA GAC keynote address, Stang reminds advocates real member stories are the most powerful messages of all.
The mainstage spotlight shone on Northwest credit unions as more than 5,000 advocates gathered in Washington, D.C., for CUNA GAC.
In a breakneck-paced session, credit union-backed lienholder notification bill passes in the House, and the Senate confirms Patti Perkins as Director of the Department of Finance.
It may be a “short session” for the Legislature this year, but advocates made a lasting impression at this year’s Legislative Lunch at the Capitol last week.
More than 250 advocates attended Credit Union Day at the Capitol last week.
Idaho advocates are encouraged to stay engaged during and after the session, discussing credit union priorities with legislators.