Yesterday’s Primary Election in Oregon was full of candidates for voters to pick from.
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This is a pivotal time in Idaho politics, and we need you to let your voice be heard.
In the soon-to-be new, six-state Association, expect more influential voices and deeper member engagement.
Two Key Congressional Hearings Wednesday Focus on Issues Important to Credit Unions and Their Members
Help move the advocacy needle in the right direction by participating in calls to action regarding interchange and overdraft protection.
The NCUA Board of Directors met April 21 to discuss cybersecurity and the agency’s DEI commitments.
The 2022 Session of the Idaho Legislature came to a close, earlier this afternoon, following an eventful three months of in-depth legislative activity.
For credit union advocates, a bill-signing ceremony is cause for celebration.
This legislation, the 2022 update to the Idaho Credit Union Act, brings significant updates, modernization, and flexibility into the Idaho Credit Union Act
When the Washington State Legislature re-convenes in January 2023 it will be without two credit union champions as both Rep. Steve Kirby, D-Tacoma, and Rep. Larry Hoff, R-Vancouver, will not run for re-election in November.
In conversations with legislators at CUNA GAC, credit union leaders helped move the needle on two important issues.
The ad highlights Schrader’s support for digital broadband expansion and its implications for banking in underserved areas.
In keeping with our commitment to support credit union champions, we are pleased to share a recent political ad we’ve partnered with CUNA in preparing that highlights the congressman’s strong record in supporting constituents.
Washington lawmakers adjourned the 2022 legislative session late Thursday night, which was closely followed by Governor Jay Inslee signing House Bill 1165, priority credit union legislation, into law on Friday morning.
In many areas of Idaho, the primary election may be the only election that has candidates filed for office or that will be impactful for the final outcome of the election in November.
Ryan Fitzgerald reports on camera from Boise.
The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote today on a $1.5 trillion spending bill to keep the federal government funded and address a variety of other issues including $13.6 billion in aid for Ukraine and Eastern European countries.
In meetings with Congress, they secured a firm commitment to protect the tax structure, and messaged priority legislation.
The bill increases access to financial services for underserved consumers and allows credit unions to make equity investments in companies providing financial technology solutions.