Now is the Time to Meet Wyoming Candidates

The filing deadline for candidates is next Friday.

Senate District 6 Field Getting Crowded

Today is the official opening for legislative candidate filing in Wyoming. Many candidates across the state have already been announced and more announcements will be coming in the next few weeks.

Relationships, the Key to Advocacy

Having relationships with state legislators is imperative to a successful advocacy program. GoWest will be prioritizing continuing to develop these relationships between Wyoming’s credit unions.

Electronic Titling, Next Steps

GoWest convenes sub-groups in preparation for Wyoming moving forward with implementing electronic titling. 

Withers Announces Run for SD 6

Kim Withers, former President and CEO of Meridian Trust FCU headquartered in Cheyenne, has announced her intent to run for Wyoming state senate district 6.

Housing challenges discussed at Joint Corporations

Topics ranging from tax increment financing, local regulations and ordinances impeding development, impacts of out of state buyers driving up property values, land availability and abandoned building legislation and programs to help reduce interest rates were discussed by the Joint Corporations Committee.

Candidates announce across Wyoming

The busy election season is a reminder that new faces are always entering the political space, providing credit unions with the opportunity to advocate.

E-titling approved for interim study

At the request of a 13-member coalition of organizations, including GoWest Credit Union Association, along with the Wyoming Department of Transportation the Joint Transportation Committee included electronic titling as priority number three on their list of priorities.

Wyoming special session a no go

Headlines across the state have announced there will be no special session convened to attempt to override the Governor’s vetoes.

Wyoming to convene a special session – yes or no?

Wyoming’s legislative leadership initially announced last week that they would not entertain a special session. Members of the Freedom Caucus […]

Wyoming Election Announcements Rolling Out

Even before the official filing season opens, Bobbie Frank reports, legislative candidates are off and running.

Wyoming session adjourns

The 67th session of the Wyoming State Legislature adjourned on Friday March 8 around 9 p.m. The two houses passed […]

A Wyoming Win: Governor Signs HB 86 – Towing Notification Bill

Credit unions provided examples of just how costly it’s been without towing notification requirements, and lawmakers listened.

E-titling rises to top of priorities for Transportation Committee

Today the Joint Transportation, Highways and Military Affairs committee met to discuss interim study topics. On behalf of a coalition […]

HB 86 headed to the Governor in WY

House Bill 86 – Vehicle lien – amendments heads to Governor Gordon for signature after passing the Senate in flying […]

WY Credit union led bill moves on to third reading in House

House Bill 86 – Vehicle lien – amendments, requiring more timely notification to lienholders when a vehicle is towed and […]

Wyoming Towing Notification Legislation Advances

HB 86 unanimously passed the House Transportation Committee and now moves to the Committee of the Whole.

Update from the Wyoming Legislative Session

Week one of the Wyoming Legislative Session was strife with positioning and significant discord between the factions of the Republican […]

Good News in Wyoming: First Hurdle Cleared in Vehicle Lien Legislation

Just two days after Credit Union Day at the Capitol, the bill was introduced in the House.

Engaging in Negotiations in Wyoming Legislature

GoWest is at the table to ensure any legislation on Merchant Category Codes, protects credit unions’ best interests and citizens’ Second Amendment rights.