By Karin Sherbin
The Central Virginia Chapter held its annual legislative breakfast Wednesday, with good cheer and discussions lighting up the gloom from lingering rainstorms.
Credit union constituents talked issues at their tables with the lawmakers and the staff member representing Congressman Bob... More
(From CUNA's News Now)WASHINGTON (9/9/14)--Federal legislators on both sides of the aisle have joined their voices with the unprecedented 2,056 comments from people and organizations expressing concerns with the National Credit Union Administration's risk-based capital (RBC) proposal. Since the rule... More
Credit union representatives from Chartway Federal Credit Union and ABNB Federal Credit Union met with Congressman Randy Forbes (R-4) on Thursday in his Chesapeake office. Topics included regulatory burden, especially with the added rules handed down by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, inequity... More
CUNA and several state leagues participated in national meetings of state legislators this summer; ensuring that credit union interests were advanced and protected. Promoting the milestone of 100 million memberships was a key component of our advocacy work at the annual Legislative Summit of the National... More
Virginia Credit Union and Entrust Financial Credit Union hosted onsite visits for Republican 7th District Congressional candidate Dave Brat two weeks ago, with Virginia Credit Union also hosting Democratic challenger Jack Trammell Aug. 25.
The visits enabled credit unions in the 7th District to start... More
The Virginia Credit Union League, the statewide trade association representing 164 not-for-profit credit unions and their 3.25 million member-owners, is endorsing Sen. Mark R. Warner in his re-election bid for the U.S. Senate.
“Senator Warner is a longtime advocate and friend of our member-owned credit... More
The Piedmont Chapter held this year’s first Legislator’s Event on Tuesday at its meeting in Danville. Four state lawmakers attended: Sen. Frank Ruff (R-Clarksville), and Dels. Les Adams (R-Chatham), Danny Marshall (R-Danville) and Charles Poindexter (R-Glade Hill).
Legislatives aides Angie... More
(FROM CUNA's NEWS NOW)WASHINGTON (8/8/14)--Two more U.S. senators have sent a letter of concern to the National Credit Union Administration regarding its risk-based capital proposal, bringing the total number of Senate lawmakers to weigh in to 26. That's 26% of the chamber's members. And on the House... More