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.
When hundreds of credit union advocates converge on the nation’s capital for CUNA GAC next month, the FCWG’s work will be reflected.
Access to financial resources for all consumers, modernization of state and federal charters, and a flexible regulatory environment to help credit unions better serve their members are primary focuses this year.
Language was removed from the bill that would have given big banks the same access to military bases that not-for-profit credit unions have.
Unitus Community Credit Union’s Board Chair shares three helpful hints for meaningful conversations with legislators.
The event won a bipartisan “yum” from lawmakers.