Yesterday, Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire announced that she would not stand for a third term in 2012, leaving politicos to contemplate the future for both her and the office she will leave after eight years.
This Oregon update outlines how the Legislature approved a redistricting plan to reflect population changes in the 2010 census, the first time since 1981 that a politically divided legislature has been able to agree on a redistricting plan.
This Federal update reviews the Federal Reserve’s next steps on the interchange issue and everything that was going on in DC last week.
The deadline for many of the Associationâ€™s awards, which are administered and presented by the Oregon and Washington Credit Union Foundations, is tomorrow, June 15.
Comments are open on Automated Clearing House risk management and regulations that come under the CFPB.
Can a credit union require a borrower, who has a less than stellar credit history, to triple the amount of money that goes into the escrow account?
The funds will go to CUAidâ€™s current relief campaigns for the Joplin tornado and the severe line of storms in the South.
The breach exposed the names of customers, account numbers and contact information of around 210,000 individuals.
Just in time for the next stage in the interchange regulatory process, the Association has hired Lynn Heider as the new AVP of Communications to oversee the department and ensure the credit union message gets out to the press and the public.
The Washington Foundation offers up to $1,500 a year to credit union staff and volunteers for professional development.
This year, Unitus has awarded 11 scholarships to graduating high school, undergraduate and graduate students. Each winner will receive $1,000 toward his or her tuition for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Unless it hears concerns about making the comments public on or before June 10, the NCUA will post all comments on its website. Comments on the prepayment program accepted until June 20.