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Kansas State Lawmakers In-District During April

Apr
05
Kansas State Lawmakers In-District During April

Kansas legislators are home in their districts, and they will return to Topeka on April 27 to kick off the veto session.

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Call to Action: Voice Concerns Regarding FASB's CECL Proposal

Mar
15
Call to Action: Voice Concerns Regarding FASB's CECL Proposal

The Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA) urges Kansas and Missouri credit union advocates to contact the Federal Accounting Standards Board (FASB) with concerns about its Current Expected Credit Loss (CECL) proposal. The CECL proposal changes the way credit unions determine losses.

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This Week at the Kansas Statehouse

Mar
08
This Week at the Kansas Statehouse

When lawmakers returned to Topeka last week they were tasked with reworking the budget they passed prior to their break in order to address a budget shortfall. Committees were off to a relatively slow start as legislators prepared to delve in to the budget shortfall, which will likely dominate the remainder of the session. 

Legislation Update

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Advocates Highlight Credit Union Difference at HCUA Missouri Advocacy Meeting

Mar
08
Advocates Highlight Credit Union Difference at HCUA Missouri Advocacy Meeting

The Missouri Advocacy Meeting brought credit union leaders from across the state to Jefferson City at an unusual time, with the Missouri Senate engaging in a multi-day filibuster that gained national attention. 

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Kansas, Missouri Credit Union Leaders Share #CUDifference at GAC

Feb
23
Kansas, Missouri Credit Union Leaders Share #CUDifference at GAC

More than 70 Kansas and Missouri credit union advocates are in Washington, D.C.

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Getting “Social” for CUNA's GAC

Feb
16
Getting “Social” for CUNA's GAC

There’s less than a week until the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) kicks off the Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC). There are a number of ways you can get involved, but the most important way is leveraging social media. This is true for both GAC attendees and those remaining home in Missouri and Kansas.*

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Register for Heartland Credit Union Association Events at GAC

Jan
22
Register for Heartland Credit Union Association Events at GAC

The Credit Union National Association’s Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) is approaching quickly, and there are specific events scheduled just for Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA) members.

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Stephanie Mullholland Joins HCUA Advocacy Team

Jan
12
Stephanie Mullholland Joins HCUA Advocacy Team

Stephanie Mullholland has joined the staff of Heartland Credit Union Association as State Legislative Director in Kansas. Prior to HCUA, she directed government affairs for the Kansas Association of Insurance Agents (KAIA). Mullholland has previously served as Chief of Staff in the Senate Majority Leader’s Office. 

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3 Reasons to Attend KS, MO Advocacy Events

Jan
11
3 Reasons to Attend KS, MO Advocacy Events
Every year, Kansas and Missouri credit unions make a powerful impact on our state Capitols. Our voices, together as one, amplify the importance of credit unions and the value they bring to the nearly two million Kansas and Missouri consumers who belong to credit unions.
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January 15: Deadline to Submit Stories for GAC 2016

Dec
30
 January 15: Deadline to Submit Stories for GAC 2016

Credit unions unite for good on a daily basis, and the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) wants to put these good deeds on display during the Governmental Affairs Conference, February 21-25, 2016. Similar to last year, there will be wall art in the lobby to highlight the difference credit unions are making every day.

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