Advocacy on the Move
First-term Congresswoman Brittany Petttersen has a full plate but clears room for her credit union constituents.
The Never-Give-Up advocacy philosophy works as legislation advances to provide a pathway for CUs to serve legal cannabis businesses.
Credit unions are at the table for this key task force. Share your thoughts.
The latest economic forecast shows the state taking in more than $1 billion more than anticipated.
Housing and the state budget are some of the priorities being discussed in the three days of meetings.
Advocacy is a year around focus, and Washington credit unions miss no opportunity to engage.
GoWest is in continuous conversation with Congress and regulatory agencies and will keep credit unions informed.
On Monday, Governor Katie Hobbs sent a letter to Senate President Warren Petersen withdrawing all remaining director nominations that are […]
The recommendations of member credit unions and feedback from the regulator serve as the framework for the 2024-2026 policy advancement agenda.
At the request of Wyoming’s credit unions, the Wyoming Department of Transportation convened an electronic titling workgroup on September 18. […]
An SIF update and a final rule on loan participation headlined the agenda
Tanya Otsuka would replace Rodney Hood on the Board, if confirmed.
A modernization to the Washington Credit Union Charter makes this partnership possible, and will support students with special education needs.
The Sept. 27 markup is a key step to moving the legislaiton forward.
Treasurer Yee and AZ529 Will Hold the 4th Annual Statewide Essay Contest.
Key Washington lawmakers received an important update this week from the state’s chief economist as the state’s Economic and Revenue […]
Expanding vital relationships with legislators, before they are in session, continued this week in Sweetwater County where Trona Valley FCU […]
A series of free roadshows across the state could help credit union teams and families prevent senior financial exploitation.
By engaging in this annual event, credit unions are able to spend time with policymakers, and help students achieve their higher education goals.
This week the Colorado Competitive Council jumped on a bus to explore Eastern Colorado and Aurora, Colorado with a group […]