By Karin Sherbin
Even though the House is in recess this week, freshman Rep. Don Beyer (D-8) traveled into Washington to stop by the League’s reception Tuesday evening at CUNA’s Credit Union House.
Beyer thanked credit unions for supporting his campaign. He noted that in his... More
Our hard work paid off handsomely last Thursday when Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed into law our two credit union bills. We appreciate our credit unions' support during the recently completed General Assembly session in getting these two bills passed.
"It's been a good General Assembly session for credit... More
H.B. 1487, the Prize Linked Savings Accounts bill, and H.B. 1629, our ATM bill, passed the state Senate by a vote of 38-to-0 late last week. That vote completes the legislative process for our credit union legislation during this session of the General Assembly. The bills now go to Gov. Terry McAuliffe... More
SB 737 (prize-linked savings promotions) and SB 875 (excludes ATMs from definition of a service center), our Credit Union Legislation, passed the House Monday on a 99-to-0 vote, and now these bills are ready for the Governor's signature.
League Heralds Passage of Prize-Linked Savings Bill by Virginia House; Making Progress Through Senate
Our first credit union bill, HB1487 Prize Linked Savings Program, has passed the House of Delegates today on a 97-0 vote. It was the first bill on the House calendar today.
In addition, SB737, the Senate version of the Prize Linked Savings Program, has passed the Senate on first reading... More
The Senate Commerce and Labor Committee passed our prize-linked savings bill (SB737) this afternoon. The bill was introduced by Sen. John Cosgrove.
The bill allows credit unions and other financial institutions to offer prize-linked savings accounts, giving members/customers the opportunity to win... More
A busy session awaits Virginia lawmakers when the 2015 General Assembly kicks off tomorrow. Credit unions will have two bills this session. One would allow credit unions and other financial institutions to offer prize-linked savings accounts and the other would exclude ATMs from the definition... More
NCUA Vice Chairman Rick Metsger believes federal credit unions could benefit from changes in regulations and in law to give them greater flexibility in defining their fields of membership.
“I’ve been concerned with field-of-membership issues for some time,” Metsger said, “and this is an... More
Join us Jan. 7, from 10:30 a.m. until 11:15 a.m., for a League-hosted webinar covering the 2015 General Assembly and our chapter CU Day events at the Capitol. We'll provide an overview of the legislation being introduced on our behalf, as well as other legislation we'll be monitoring. Logistics for our... More
The U.S. Senate unanimously passed two provisions authored by Senators Mark Warner and Angus King (I-ME) to help relieve America’s small financial institutions, like community banks and credits unions, of regulatory burdens so that they are better able to serve their communities.
Currently, interest... More