Time is running short if you are not yet registered to vote for the November 8 general election in Kansas and Missouri. In addition to the presidential race, there are many offices and ballot initiatives up for a vote.
Credit union leaders, staff and volunteers are invited to attend Missouri's annual Veto Session receptions on September 13-14. Veto session receptions offer an excellent opportunity to meet with state lawmakers - including members of leadership and key committees for credit unions - in a relaxed and fun setting.
Voters in Kansas and Missouri headed to the polls to vote on federal, statewide, and state Senate and House races on August 2. It brought a shake-up with significant losses for incumbents in Kansas – including U.S.
Credit union advocates are busy meeting with federal and state lawmakers, as well as candidates, across Kansas and Missouri during the legislative recesses and in advance of the August 2 state primaries.
Voters in Kansas and Missouri are headed to the polls on August 2 for the primary elections. Immediately following the primary election, the Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA) will send a candidate survey regarding credit union issues to the winners and will share responses with our member credit unions.
The impact of regulatory burden is significant on credit unions in Kansas and Missouri. Credit union leaders from both states are bringing this message to Washington, D.C. for the Heartland Credit Union Association’s (HCUA) first official Hike the Hill on June 14-16.
The Missouri General Assembly is in its final week of the 2016 session. Missouri lawmakers have until 6 p.m. on May 13 to finalize and send legislation to Governor Jay Nixon (D) for approval. Any bill that is not passed by May 13 must wait until the 2017 legislative session for consideration.
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.