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Study: Near-Unanimous Support for CUs in Oregon, Changing Attitudes Toward Marijuana Banking

Jointly conducted by LT Public Relations and DHM Research, the survey offers multiple key findings for Oregon credit unions interested in serving the growing industry.

Judges Approve 39 Spectrum Marketing Awards

Eighteen Northwest credit unions are getting welcoming news from the Northwest Credit Union Association this week—they’ve won Spectrum Marketing Awards. The honors will be presented in Portland April 7, with the Marketers Conference scheduled the following day.

Washington Legislative Week in Review

Washington State Legislature called into special session.

Washington Legislature in Home Stretch

With the Washington State Legislature scheduled to complete its regular session Thursday, six policy bills of interest to credit unions are still on the table.

Washington Legislature Reviews Tax Exemptions, Budget Proposals

Washington lawmakers are taking a close look at tax exemptions in the final weeks of the 2016 regular session.

Legislation of Interest to Washington Credit Unions in Spotlight in Olympia

Northwest Credit Union Association-backed bills on credit freezes, foreclosure, and mortgage fraud are progressing in the Washington legislature. Expect to see a flurry of activity in the final three weeks of the session.

Governor Inslee to Address Advocates at NWCUA’s Credit Union Day at the Capitol

More than 150 advocates will be in Olympia Thursday to discuss the Credit Union Movement’s policy advancement agenda with lawmakers. Against that backdrop the NWCUA is tracking foreclosure, public funds, marijuana banking, and mortgage-related legislation.

Public Funds, Payroll Card Legislation on Washington Credit Unions’ Priority List

As the Washington State Legislature rolls into its third week, credit unions’ policy advancement strategy is firmly focused on legislation concerning public fund deposits and payroll cards.

Washington Legislative Week in Review

As the Washington Legislature begins its second week, get an insider’s look at the policy advancement strategy for credit unions.

Washington Legislature Gavels Into Session

The Washington State legislature began its 2016 session in Olympia Monday, with lawmakers facing a large agenda and a tight, 60-day deadline. The Northwest Credit Union Movement is at the table.

Share Your Credit Union Love and Win Thousands for Charity of Your Choice

Share stories of how your credit union impacts members’ lives and win thousands of dollars for the charity of your choice.

CFPB Makes Consumer Complaint Stories Public

The bureau says that making these stories public empowers consumers and informs the bureau, the public and financial institutions.

Minickiello Appointed to Financial Education Public Private Partnership

The Partnership provides teachers with the tools and training to teach students personal financial management.

Compliance Center: CFPB Releases Bulletin on Obligations When Dealing With Section 8 Housing Vouchers

Learn about Section 8 obligations; your question answered about protecting your credit union when you take power of attorney; plus this week’s legal briefs.

Oregon Governor Kate Brown Visits Credit Union Advocates

The advocates were gathered for Oregon Credit Union Day at the Capitol, where they shared the value and impact of credit unions with lawmakers.

Washington Legislative Update: Credit Union Bill Receives Important Recommendation

As NWCUA-sponsored bill receives ‘do pass’ recommendation, House Democrats expected to release operating budget.

Washington Legislative Update: Credit Union Bills Await Floor Vote

As credit union advocates gathered en masse at the capitol, credit union bills passed out of committee.

Enter Your Communications, PR, Marketing for Spectrum Awards

Awards featuring excellence in PR, marketing, communications will be announced this May. Entries open now.