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.
The Annual National Conference of State Legislators brings in thousands of elected officials from all over the country to engage […]
Study shows credit unions should focus on both technology and branch services.
Your GoWest Credit Union Association spent the morning with a number of Idaho credit unions at the Southwest Idaho regional […]
This week, Idaho’s CapEd Credit Union celebrated their Juntos Avanzamos designation with a branch opening at their first branch in […]
Idaho’s SIWG begins the process to modernize and streamline the operating environment for the state’s credit unions.
The fact is that S.2155 was landmark legislation helping credit unions serve their members in ways that were often not possible before.
Economic and community impact information moves the needle in advocacy.
The 2023 Idaho Legislative session saw 630 bills introduced, 210 of which passed. Full details here.
House Bill 92 requires all high schools in Idaho to provide a finance class.
Six state Day at the Capitol events, CUNA GAC, and 1,000 GoWest advocates!
In the Idaho Legislature, some unprecedented outcomes left well-known leaders at the short end of the vote tally.
This is a pivotal time in Idaho politics, and we need you to let your voice be heard.
The 2022 Session of the Idaho Legislature came to a close, earlier this afternoon, following an eventful three months of in-depth legislative activity.
This legislation, the 2022 update to the Idaho Credit Union Act, brings significant updates, modernization, and flexibility into the Idaho Credit Union Act
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.
House Bill 1165 took another major step forward Tuesday morning after receiving a unanimous 7-0 vote by the Senate Financial Institutions Committee.