We’ve updated the long list of bills we’re carefully monitoring in the 2012 General Assembly session. See the lists here:http://www.vacul.org/advocacy/gov_affairs/state/ga12_bills.php.
It’s mostly good news to report from Richmond: Not only have legislators unanimously approved our twin bills on... More
Advocates shared stories of their small, low-interest loans helping members with House Democratic Caucus Chairman Mark Sickles. From left to right: Gaye DeCesare, David Woodruff, Del. Sickles, and Mike Ligon.
Ten members of the NOVA chapter took on the assignment Wednesday morning of stopping by the offices... More
Many thanks to all the credit union champions for making their way to Richmond during the past two weeks for our Credit Union Day events. Our visits do make a difference! We’ve been praised for the reasonable position we took … Continue reading →
The Lynchburg Chapter had its day in Richmond Monday, with members of Beacon CU telling delegation members thank you for their support of the state chartered credit union bylaw bill and noting how Beacon helps its members with special hands-on services.
Beacon CEO Greg McConville, joined by Beacon staff... More
Fifteen credit union advocates from the Roanoke Valley and Southwest chapters made Tuesday their CU Day at the General Assembly, visiting their legislators and raising awareness of credit unions everywhere with our trademark red scarves.
Advocates met with legislators and/or their aides from the following... More
Twenty five representatives of the Richmond Chapter took their turn at CU Day on Wednesday, trekking through the halls of the General Assembly over the course of three hours to talk to 22 legislators or their aides about the credit union message. Appointments were made with the following legislators,... More
Virginia’s Foreclosure Bills Go Down
We get this report from our lobbying firm about the foreclosure bills we’ ve been monitoring: “House Courts Civil subcommittee met yesterday and dispatched all the foreclosure bills. The homeowner association priority lien bills are up (Thursday) afternoon... More
The Good News From Richmond Continues: All But One Priority Lien Bill Essentially Axed; Remaining Bill Faces Uphill Struggle
Breaking news from the General Assembly: All but one of the homeowner association priority lien bills considered this afternoon in the House General Laws Housing subcommittee have been tabled, reports League President Rick Pillow from Richmond.
This continues the good news for credit unions... More
A dozen advocates from Central VA this morning met with 10 legislators or aides as part of the ongoing CU Days at the General Assembly this year. One impromptu meeting even took place in the hallway as Tim Schmoyer of Park View ran into Del. Tony Wilt, the patron of a bill that responds to credit union... More
Hampton Roads, Piedmont, Southside and Tidewater credit union members, 80 strong, visited with their lawmakers and legislatives aides today to kick off a round of CU Days at the General Assembly.
Other groups at the General Assembly today included AARP and the Virginia Medical Society, illustrating how... More