Tax Advocacy Spotlight: Spokane Credit Unions Get 7,000 Responses

Spokane members delivered an over-the-top response to an invitation to write love letters about their credit unions. Over 7,000 people embraced the idea, so Spokane credit union leaders will share the love with Congress in a series of meetings beginning this week.

Don’t Tax My Credit Union Spotlight: Sound Members Sound Off to Congress

Credit union members signed up en masse to support the credit union tax exemption and the benefits it brings to Main Street. Northwest credit unions offered in-branch opportunities to sign petitions for two weeks in July.

Northwest Credit Unions Urged to Have Members Sign Petitions July 15-26

Northwest credit unions are urged to join their colleagues in the Spokane credit union community with in-branch petitions July 15-26. The message: why credit unions are good for consumers. The timing is critical as Congress examines tax reform.

Spokane Gears Up for Tax Effort with a “Love Letter” Campaign

Spokane’s united credit union community is working together to preserve the credit union tax model. Messaging congress in a method that is comfortable for credit union leadership and members, they’re proposing a “Credit Union Love Letters” campaign.

St. Helens Membership Petitions for Recall of Five Board Members

St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union membership presented the credit union’s board of directors with a petition containing 492 signatures seeking a recall of five of its seven board members. A special meeting has been scheduled for Sept. 4.