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This Week at the Missouri Statehouse

Feb
25
This Week at the Missouri Statehouse

The Missouri General Assembly continued its legislative work this week with both chambers dedicating a lot of committee time to the budget. The House cleared its Third Read Calendar (final approval/vote to pass the House) before heading home for the weekend and the Senate spent time working on ethics reform among a number of other legislative priorities.

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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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Countdown to MO Advocacy Meeting, March 7-8

Feb
19
Countdown to MO Advocacy Meeting, March 7-8

The Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA) invites credit union volunteers, employees and leaders to the Missouri Advocacy Meeting on March 7-8 in Jefferson City. This two-day event features networking opportunities, advocacy speakers, legislative reception and meetings with lawmakers.

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This Week in the Kansas Statehouse

Feb
19
This Week in the Kansas Statehouse

The budget passed and the first round of committee hearings has wrapped up. The Kansas Legislature spent Monday and Tuesday debating bills before taking a break. Legislators will return on March 2.

Update on Legislation:

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This Week at the Missouri Statehouse

Feb
18
This Week at the Missouri Statehouse

The Missouri General Assembly continues its furious pace and is moving forward with a number of priority bills. The Senate worked through the night February 16 to pass a tort reform bill.

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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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Submit Comment Letters on Rescinding Missouri’s 5% Fixed Asset Rule

Feb
16
Submit Comment Letters on Rescinding Missouri’s 5% Fixed Asset Rule

Credit unions in Missouri are encouraged to write comment letters in support of rescinding the state’s rule limiting the amount of funds credit unions may invest in fixed assets. To be considered, all comments must be received by March 17. The rule was published in the Missouri Register on February 16.
 

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Annual Advocacy Events Time to Connect With Legislators

Feb
12
Annual Advocacy Events Time to Connect With Legislators

The 2016 Kansas Credit Union Day at the Capitol was a first for Bradley Dyer, Branch Manager of Credit Union of America. He says knowing what happens in the Statehouse is vital to the interests of credit unions.

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MO State Legislative Update: CU Supported Bills Receive Final Committee Approval

Feb
12
MO State Legislative Update: CU Supported Bills Receive Final Committee Approval

Both the Senate and House versions of the Missouri Savings Promotion Act and account verification parity bills have passed the committee stage and may now move on to the full chamber for debate in the Missouri General Assembly.

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HCUA Files Comment Letter on Associational Common Bond

Feb
12
HCUA Files Comment Letter on Associational Common Bond

On February 8, 2016, Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA) filed a comment letter supporting the proposed field-of-membership modifications. National Credit Union Administration's (NCUA) proposed modernizations are needed because of concerned that the federal charter is falling behind many state charters, thus becoming a barrier to the flexibility needed to operate dynamic and efficient cooperative financial institutions.

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