While national politics dominated TV screens, the Chapter’s legislative dinner focused on credit union advocacy.
The Washington State legislator is a contender for the 7th District seat after finishing first in the primary, following an endorsement from former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
The Northwest Credit Union Association is tracking several bills important to credit unions during Oregon’s Legislative session.
Oregon legislators enthusiastically got a plateful of information about how cooperatives benefit communities last week. The Northwest Credit Union Association and other cooperatives hosted their 12th annual cooperative lunch in Salem.
State leagues, CUNA, AACUL, CUNA Mutual Group and Washington State Credit Unions join forces to put America’s credit unions front and center at state lawmakers’ conference.
Well into its third special session, the Washington State Legislature finally came to the agreements needed to adjourn. Thanks to advocates, credit unions saw important priorities passed this session.
The two-year budget includes a tuition cut for college students and ends a handful of tax exemptions.
The bill makes several important changes to the Oregon Credit Union Act, and will now go to the governor’s office to be signed into law.
The Oregon Senate passed a bill to allow prize-linked savings in the state. It now goes to the governor for signing.
Budget negotiators are in Olympia for a special session of the legislature to bridge budget divides.
As the legislature heads into a special session, Governor Inslee signs two credit union bills into law.
With credit union bills already passed houses of origin and moving forward, the first critical deadline of the legislative season leaves other bills ‘dead.’
Both credit union priority bills passed the Washington State Legislature and will be sent to the governor to be signed into law.
With only three weeks left in the legislative session, credit union bills await vote while budgets are debated. Vote expected by week’s end.
House Business and Labor Committee unanimously votes to send prize-linked savings bill to the floor for a vote.
Register now to share the credit union difference with your legislators in Salem. The event is free to attend.
Priority bills addressing credit unions’ corporate governance and investments passed the Washington State House and Senate.
NWCUA called upon to testify on financial services for marijuana-based businesses; update to Oregon Credit Union Act scheduled for March 4 hearing.