After several weeks of work behind the scenes by the Association, the Oregon credit union bill, SB 177, was passed out of committee and now heads to the next few days.
The Association and its partner Repo Remarketing will be hosting a â€œcredit union day at the auctionâ€ on June 15 to explain how they can help credit unions manage their collateral liquidations.
If the legislature is successful in completing its negotiations on two difficult issues, the special session could conclude soon. Also, an update on successful efforts to stop exam reports from becoming public.
The Legislature is working in a special session to close the budget gap, and Governor Gregoire has yet to sign the Prize-Linked Savings bill.
This meeting was the second of four HR & Training Councils of 2011, designed to facilitate resource sharing among credit union professionals across the region.
The session, led by Tina K. Hall, will promote best practices and resource sharing. Register early now.
The legislature adjourned its session on Friday, but not before it passed the Prize-linked Savings Bill to the Governor for her signature.
This week is the halfway point of the 2011 session and bills must be moved before certain deadlines or else they are dead for this session. The Associationâ€™s Credit Union Modernization bill, Senate Bill 177, met its deadline and is moving forward.
The Associationâ€™s credit union modernization bill received its work session yesterday, where it received a unanimous due pass recommendation, following three amendments.
The latest news about NWCUA efforts int eh Washington State Legislature
More than 220 credit union advocates gathered at the Oregon State Capitol Tuesday for the annual â€œCredit Union Day at the Capitol,â€ an event designed to remind legislative members about importance of the credit union difference.
You’ve heard the pitch: The Washington Credit Union League Annual Convention and Business Meeting taking place this Sept. 14-16 in SeaTac is the state’s premiere, not-to-miss credit union event of the year.
The general sessions at the Washington Credit Union League Convention and Annual Business Meeting set the pace and tone for attendeesâ€™ daily activities and then help those attendees regroup at the end of the day.
The Washington Credit Union League Convention educational sessions are among the most value-laden, credit union-specific learning opportunities around, and they are built for everyone working and volunteering in the system.