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  • Highlighting Credit Unions Helping During the Government Shutdown

    Jan
    22
    Highlighting Credit Unions Helping During the Government Shutdown

    Credit unions efforts to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown are making a difference in the Heartland. U.S. Reps. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO District 5) and Sharice Davids (D-KS District 3) highlighted companies and organizations that are providing assistance – including credit unions – in a news conference in Kansas City on January 22.

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  • We Need to Hear from You – Fill Out the Community Impact Survey

    Jan
    22
    We Need to Hear from You – Fill Out the Community Impact Survey

    It’s true. We want to communicate to our lawmakers about how you, our credit unions, are making a significant difference in the financial landscape. The Communty Impact Survey is the best way for you to get that info to us. Thank you to these credit unions that have already responded!

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  • Legislative Sessions Begin in Missouri and Kansas

    Jan
    14
    Legislative Sessions Begin in Missouri and Kansas

    And we're off! The Missouri General Assembly convened on January 9, and the Kansas legislature kicked off the 2019 session on January 14. 

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  • Credit Unions on Capitol Hill for at Congressional Swearing In

    Jan
    14
    Credit Unions on Capitol Hill for at Congressional Swearing In

    Three new members of Congress from the Kansas and Missouri delegations are officially sworn in, and credit unions were represented on Capitol Hill on their first day in office, January 3.  

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  • Missouri Ballot Measures Take Effect

    Dec
    11
    Missouri Ballot Measures Take Effect

    Ballot measures approved by Missouri voters on November 6 took effect last week on December 6.  That includes one proposition and three amendments to the Missouri constitution.  What do these changes mean for Missouri? 

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  • Two Kansas Senate Replacements Named, One To Go

    Dec
    11
    Two Kansas Senate Replacements Named, One To Go

    We’ll see three new faces in the Kansas Senate come January when Sen. Laura Kelly, Sen. Lynn Rogers and Sen. Vicki Schmidt are sworn into statewide offices. 

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  • It’s That Time of Year: Missouri Lawmakers Pre-Filing Bills

    Dec
    11
    It’s That Time of Year:  Missouri Lawmakers Pre-Filing Bills

    The Missouri State Capitol is bustling with activity - and not just from construction around the building. Lawmakers began pre-filing legislation for the 2019 legislative session on December 1. These pre-filed bills give us a taste of what will likely be hot topics in the next legislative session. 

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  • Kansas House Elects New Leadership

    Dec
    11
    Kansas House Elects New Leadership

    Four new leaders were elected to the top five spots in Kansas House leadership last week.

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  • Gearing Up on the Federal Level

    Dec
    10
    Gearing Up on the Federal Level

    When members of the U.S. Senate and U.S. House are sworn into office on January 3, 2019, they will include three new members of the Kansas and Missouri delegations.

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  • Missouri Governor Mike Parson Taps Eric Schmitt as Attorney General

    Nov
    26
    Missouri Governor Mike Parson Taps Eric Schmitt as Attorney General

    Missouri Governor Mike Parson has tapped Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt (R) to serve as Missouri’s 43rd Attorney General. Schmitt will replace current Attorney General Josh Hawley (R), who will resign his position to be sworn in the United States Senate on January 3, 2019. 

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