The Show-Me Scorecard Survey deadline has been extended to December 31. Please participate in this survey to help create the Show-Me Scorecard, a brochure that illustrates the positive effects of credit unions in Missouri.
Raytown-Lee's Summit Community Credit Union (RLSCCU) welcomed State Senator Will Kraus (R-District 8) for a reception at its Blue Springs location on December 9. Sen. Kraus is a member of RLSCCU, and he also serves on the Senate Financial Institutions Committee, a key committee for credit unions.
Credit unions have some needed regulatory relief with the passage of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, a five-year, $305 billion highway funding package that includes three key provisions affecting credit unions.
On November 23, 2015, the Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) filed a comment letter with the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) on the agency’s proposed investment rule for bank notes. The NCUA Board proposed a rule at its October board meeting to amend the agency’s investment
It's time to show lawmakers and Missouri communities how credit unions impact consumers in the state. The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) is asking credit unions to update their data for the Show-Me Scorecard, a brochure that credit union advocates provide to lawmakers during events like CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is reviewing the current model form disclosure associated with financial institutions’ overdraft programs to identify whether alternative content or designs of the form may better support consumer comprehension and decision-making.
Nearly 60 credit unions participated in Missouri's Project Zip Code (PZC) Month during October, accounting for more than 1 million credit union members from across the state. PZC is a secure computer program that sorts credit union members by state and legislative districts. PZC helps demonstrate the size and strength of the credit union movement to lawmakers.
Former credit union CEO Rory Rowland (D) will represent House District 29 in the Missouri General Assembly following his win in the special election on November 3. Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) staff Amy McLard, John Thomas and David Kent met with Candidate Elect Rowland prior to the elections.