Washington State Revenue Forecast Revised Upward Despite Economic Risks

The latest economic forecast shows the state taking in more than $1 billion more than anticipated.

Tri-Cities Legislators Connect with Local Credit Unions

Advocacy is a year around focus, and Washington credit unions miss no opportunity to engage.

State Legislative Modernization Highlighted via WECU’s New Community Partnership

A modernization to the Washington Credit Union Charter makes this partnership possible, and will support students with special education needs.

Washington budget leaders receive latest economic news from chief economist

Key Washington lawmakers received an important update this week from the state’s chief economist as the state’s Economic and Revenue […]

U.S. Rep. DelBene and local credit union leaders connect in the 1st Congressional District

Credit unions’ community impact, the SAFE Banking Act, and interchange legislation were among priorities discussed.

Washington Rep. Kilmer and local credit union leaders discuss pressing issues

Rep. Derek Kilmer spent time while in the district this month to learn more about credit unions’ services to his constituents and communities.

Major housing initiatives become law in WA

In addition to the major investments made in housing access and affordability, lawmakers also sought to tackle a range of […]

Washington’s new state budget charts fiscal course for next two years

During this year’s legislative session Washington lawmakers approved a $69 billion two-year operating budget that went into effect this month on July 1st and will pay for state services between now and June 30, 2025.

Spokane Credit Union Chapter Members Connect with Local Legislators

Spokane sets an example of how effective collaboration in advocacy can be.

Washington’s Impact Message Aligns Well in Local Conversations

Economic and community impact data shows credit unions are essential in Washington state.