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View from the Capitols: News from Jefferson City, Topeka and Washington D.C.

Feb
07
View from the Capitols: News from Jefferson City, Topeka and Washington D.C.

What's happening in Jefferson CityTopeka and Washington D.C.? Our advocacy team shared updates from the national and state capitols this week. 

Economic Snapshot Survey Responses Needed in Advance of GAC

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Missouri Day at the Capitol Brings Credit Union Leaders & Lawmakers Together

Feb
06
Missouri Day at the Capitol Brings Credit Union Leaders & Lawmakers Together

Nearly 80 credit union leaders from across the state met with lawmakers in Jefferson City for Missouri Day at the Capitol on February 1.

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Have You MAPed Yet? CUNA Advocacy Program Content Available

Feb
04
Have You MAPed Yet? CUNA Advocacy Program Content Available

It's time to utilize your greatest advocacy resource... your members! 

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Federal, Kansas and Missouri Legislative Updates

Jan
17
Federal, Kansas and Missouri Legislative Updates

From Washington D.C. to Topeka to Jefferson City, lawmakers have been busy with a strong start to their respective legislative sessions. Read on for the latest advocacy news on the Federal, Kansas and Missouri levels. 

FEDERAL 

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2017 Legislative Sessions Begin in Kansas & Missouri

Jan
10
2017 Legislative Sessions Begin in Kansas & Missouri

And we're off! Kansas and Missouri legislators have made their way back to their state Capitols, and the 2017 legislative sessions are officially underway. 

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Federal Lawmakers Accept Appointments & Leadership Roles

Jan
10
Federal Lawmakers Accept Appointments & Leadership Roles

U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO District 3) is the newly appointed Chair of the House Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit Subcommittee. U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner (R-MO District 2) is the Chair of the Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee. Both are subcommittees of the House Financial Services Committee, which hears many of the bills and issues relevant to credit unions. 

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Kansas & Missouri Credit Unions Represented at Congressional Swearing-In

Jan
03
Kansas & Missouri Credit Unions Represented at Congressional Swearing-In

On Tuesday, January 3, 2017, members of the 115th Congress were sworn in on Capitol Hill.  The Kansas and Missouri delegations included U.S. Rep. Roger Marshall (R-KS District 1), the newest member of the Kansas delegation.  

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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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Legislative Leaders Appoint 26 Members to Financial Institutions Committees

Dec
26
Legislative Leaders Appoint 26 Members to Financial Institutions Committees

Seventeen House members and nine Senators have been tapped by leadership to serve on the financial institutions committees during the upcoming session. Of those, 19 are new to the committees that hear legislation of interest to Kansas credit unions. In addition to new committee members, changes were made on the House side that will divide insurance and financial institutions into two separate committees and merge pensions into the financial institutions committee. 

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