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Two New Members for Key Committees in Missouri House & Senate

Jan
12
Two New Members for Key Committees in Missouri House & Senate

The Missouri General Assembly finalized committee assignments for the 2016 legislative session. Two key committees for credit unions each have a new member. They include:

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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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MO Credit Union Commission Votes to Rescind 5% Fixed Asset Rule

Jan
11
MO Credit Union Commission Votes to Rescind 5% Fixed Asset Rule

Missouri's Credit Union Commission voted to rescind the state's rule limiting the amount of funds credit unions may invest in fixed assets.

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Meet the Kansas and Missouri GAC Crashers

Jan
05
Meet the Kansas and Missouri GAC Crashers

Kansas and Missouri are Crashing the GAC! Jason Carlson, assistant branch manager, Meritrust Credit Union (Wichita, KS), and Ashley Scroggins, graphic design and new media specialist, West Community Credit Union (O’Fallon, MO), have been selected to Crash the GAC in Washington, D.C., February 21-25.

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HCUA Kansas, Missouri Advocacy Update

Jan
05
HCUA Kansas, Missouri Advocacy Update

Both the Missouri and Kansas legislative sessions kick off this month; the Missouri session begins January 6 and the Kansas session kicks off Monday, January 11.

The 2016 session looks to be filled with several complex and important issues heading into the election cycle this fall. Among the topics are discussions about education funding, the state budget, and more.

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Two HCUA Supported Bills Pre-Filed as Missouri Session Kicks Off

Jan
03
 Two HCUA Supported Bills Pre-Filed as Missouri Session Kicks Off

Missouri lawmakers start the 2016 legislative session on January 6 with two bills already pre-filed that would impact credit union operations. The bills are supported by the Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA) and were pre-filed in December.

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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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Save the Date: Missouri Advocacy Meeting Held March 7-8

Dec
18
Save the Date: Missouri Advocacy Meeting Held March 7-8

Join credit union advocates from across the state for the Missouri Advocacy Meeting on March 7-8, 2016. This Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA) event takes place at the DoubleTree Hotel, 422 Monroe Street in Jefferson City. Make plans now to join Missouri’s credit union advocates and experience:

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December 31: Advocacy Scorecard Survey Extended!

Dec
14
December 31: Advocacy Scorecard Survey Extended!

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.

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