WASHINGTON (1/13/14)--CULAC, the Credit Union National Association's federal political action committee had a record-setting fundraising year in 2013, which followed a banner-flying 2012. 2013's fundraising total of $2.14 million represents CULAC's best non-election year ever.
We're also pleased to... More
Credit union chapters will be heading to Richmond on the following dates:
- Jan. 20: Piedmont
- Jan. 21: Tidewater and Hampton Roads
- Jan. 22: Central VA, Richmond, Roanoke Valley, Southwest
- Jan. 23: Lynchburg and Southside
- Feb. 5: NOVA
What the League will do for CU Day
• We will provide background... More
We’re starting to track legislation filed for the upcoming General Assembly session, which began Jan. 8. The
League has no legislation this session, and so far we have not seen any bills that we need to oppose.
Below is an example of a few bills that have some relevancy to credit unions:
- HJ 41, S.... More
President Rick Pillow and Vice President for Public Relations Lewis Wood represented the League Wednesday at the Commonwealth of Virginia Prayer Breakfast.
This annual event is held the morning of the day that the General Assembly convenes. Pillow said the League was seated next to Del. Greg... More
In advance of a markup session today, the Credit Union National Association and a coalition of partners sent a letter of support to lawmakers for "The Innovation Act of 2013" (H.R. 3309), which intends to help clean up a scourge known as "patent trolls." League President Rick Pillow... More
Washington Post: Cuccinelli Says He’ll Return To Private Practice, But Is that All?
In his first interview since Democrat Terry McAuliffe defeated him to become the state’s 72nd governor, Cuccinelli (R) said Monday that although he has no current plans to run, he finds the idea of challenging Sen.... More
Federal legislation that would allow credit unions and other financial institutions nationwide to offer prize-linked savings accounts (PLS) was introduced in the U.S. House and Senate this week.
CUNA has an overarching concern that the QM/QRM should never become the only type of mortgage that regulators will permit or that the secondary market will accommodate.
A prominent credit union executive from Virginia called on Congress Tuesday to undertake major changes to ease the authority of the fledgling Consumer Financial Protection Bureau over credit unions and banks.
"I cannot emphasize enough how burdensome and costly the unnecessary and duplicative compliance... More