Preliminary Work Being Done for the 2024 Idaho Legislative Session

It seems like April 6, 2023, the day in which the Idaho legislature “Sine Die”, or adjourned, for the 2023 […]

GoWest Speaks to the Idaho Legislators in Pocatello

Late last week, GoWest spoke to a group of Idaho legislators, who are part of the Idaho Main Street Caucus, […]

Fraud, Senior Financial Exploitation Resource Available to Idaho Credit Unions and Members

A series of free roadshows across the state could help credit union teams and families prevent senior financial exploitation.

Summer Advocacy Season Wraps up at Idaho Governor’s Cup

By engaging in this annual event, credit unions are able to spend time with policymakers, and help students achieve their higher education goals.

Idaho Department of Finance Begins to Review Idaho Credit Union Act Rules in Accordance with Governor Little’s Zero-Based Regulation Initiative

The process is part of the famed, 2020 Red Tape Reduction Act and GoWest is at the table.

GoWest Speaks to the Southwest Idaho Regional Chapter on the Importance of Advocacy

Your GoWest Credit Union Association spent the morning with a number of Idaho credit unions at the Southwest Idaho regional […]

Idaho’s CapEd Credit Union Celebrates Juntos Avanzamos Designation

This week, Idaho’s CapEd Credit Union celebrated their Juntos Avanzamos designation with a branch opening at their first branch in […]

Idaho’s Credit Unions Are Off and Running With the 2023 Idaho State Issue Working Group

Idaho’s SIWG begins the process to modernize and streamline the operating environment for the state’s credit unions.

Idaho CU Leaders Support Sen. Crapo

The fact is that S.2155 was landmark legislation helping credit unions serve their members in ways that were often not possible before.

Idaho’s Impressive Advocacy Message for Lawmakers

Economic and community impact information moves the needle in advocacy.

It’s a Wrap. Idaho Legislature Adjourns After 88 Busy Days

The 2023 Idaho Legislative session saw 630 bills introduced, 210 of which passed. Full details here.