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Kick Off 2017 with Day at the Capitol Events

Dec
31
Kick Off 2017 with Day at the Capitol Events

Be heard in your state capitol this February and make 2017 our strongest year for credit union advocacy yet! Our Day at the Capitol events are next month, and it's the perfect time to register for them. The cost? Only $20 a person. 

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Campaign for Common-Sense Regulation - FREE Webinar Jan. 10

Dec
26
Campaign for Common-Sense Regulation - FREE Webinar Jan. 10

Washington’s excessive, one-size-fits-all regulations are not working for America’s credit unions and the consumers they serve. Now is the time to make sure Congress gets the message that excessive Washington regulations are squeezing an already-burdened American middle class. 

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National Advocacy Campaign Works Together with Kansas & Missouri Efforts

Dec
13
National Advocacy Campaign Works Together with Kansas & Missouri Efforts

The Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA) is working with the Credit Union National Association and other credit union leagues in a national advocacy campaign plan to target excessive regulations that hurt credit unions and our members. The national effort will roll out in January. You, your staff and your volunteers can help us get the ball rolling in advance of the 2017 legislative session.

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Submit Economic Snapshot Information, Highlight Credit Union Influence

Dec
04
Submit  Economic Snapshot Information, Highlight Credit Union Influence

Your information helps make a lasting impression on state and federal lawmakers. Help highlight credit unions influence in Kansas and Missouri by submitting your responses to the Economic Snapshot Survey. These survey results will allow us to compile new Economic Snapshots for distribution in 2017. 

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CUPAC of Kansas, Missouri Sees More Than 92% Success Rate

Nov
22
CUPAC of Kansas, Missouri Sees More Than 92% Success Rate

​Candidates supported by the credit union political action committees (CUPAC) of Kansas and Missouri saw success in this year's elections. CUPAC supports the state-level candidates, with the financial help of state-chartered credit union and individual contributions. Learn more about CUPAC. 

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We Need Your Help: Take the Survey, Help Share the Credit Union Story

Oct
10
We Need Your Help: Take the Survey, Help Share the Credit Union Story

Whether we’re fighting an issue at the Capitol on top or as the underdog, one of the best tools for reaching lawmakers is our ability to tell our story, not only with people but also with numbers. 

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CUNA GAC: Mark Your Calendar for February 26 - March 2, 2017

Sep
23
CUNA GAC: Mark Your Calendar for February 26 - March 2, 2017

Mark your calendar - Credit Union National Association's (CUNA) 2017 Governmental Affairs Conference will be held February 26 - March 2 in Washington, D.C. CUNA GAC unites thousands of credit union advocates to fight for fairer legislation, regulation and policies for credit unions.

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MLA Guidance Issued – Credit Unions Ask for Delay in Implementation

Aug
28
MLA Guidance Issued – Credit Unions Ask for Delay in Implementation

The Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA) Compliance team is focused on the Department of Defense (DOD) Military Lending Act (MLA) as Kansas and Missouri credit unions – along with credit unions across the country - work to comply with the rule by the effective date of October 3, 2016. The DOD published its long-awaited follow-up guidance on August 26. 

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In-District Meetings in Missouri and Kansas

Aug
02
In-District Meetings in Missouri and Kansas

Credit union advocates are busy meeting with federal and state lawmakers, as well as candidates, across Kansas and Missouri during the legislative recesses and in advance of the August 2 state primaries.

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