GAC Coverage: News and Photos
Perlmutter Pushes Marijuana Bill: The Colorado congressman said cash-only marijuana businesses risk robbery, assault, fraud and income tax evasion.
Credit Unions Share Low Income Strategies: Credit unions can make a larger impact in their communities if they partner with organizations already providing financial education and services.
Perfect Timing for Don't Tax Tuesday: CUNA's Twitter campaign fell on the same day lawmakers were finishing up the tax reform bill.
They Hiked the Hill: Iowa couple among hill hikers at the GAC, sharing their credit union story and others' with their congressman.
No Credit Union Tax in Reform Draft: House Ways and Means member John Larson says although it's just a draft, tax reform does not currently include credit unions.
Vendor Says Compliance Flow Under Control: Compliance automation specialist says regulations keep coming but not particularly more than before.
Albright Talks Credit Unions, World Events: Former secretary of state says credit unions can be a key component in spreading democracy.
Metsger Seeks Regulatory Balance: In his first major address since joining the NCUA board, Rick Metsger brings his regulatory power to the people.
CUNA Mutual Debuts Defense Coverage: The new coverage reimburses credit unions for defense costs associated with legal claims not covered by liability policies.
CUNA Honors Leagues for Advocacy: On Monday, CUNA's political action committee, CULAC, honored leagues for their political lobbying efforts.
CUSOs Use CUNA GAC Stage to Educate: Kirk Drake is using the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference as a means to make attendees aware of what CUSOs are really all about.
Hyland's 3 Credit Union Awareness Tips: NCUF Executive Director Gigi Hyland said credit unions need to improve awareness.
CU24 Unveils New Online School: Credit Union 24, the CUSO primarily known for its ATM and POS network, has started an online school on compliance, regulatory issues.
Blair Shares Political Views: The former prime minister of Great Britain talked about policy decisions and state surveillance.
CUNA Says CFPB Mulling Reg Relief: CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney also tells GAC he has never been more optimistic for the credit union industry.
Credit Unions Face Cyber-Terrorism Threat: NCUA Chairman Debbie Matz warns GAC audience about threats to member data, credit union bottom line.
CO-OP Tells Payments History at GAC: Credit union vendor departs from traditional trade show booth structure to provide a museum experience.
Come Shake It with the Money Man: Popular 80s rocker Eddie Money will perform at GAC's opening concert Sunday night.
Touring D.C. Pint by Pint: Beer lovers who attend GAC next week may wish to sample Washington's finest craft brewery offerings.
Photos Day Three: A number of Congressional credit union supporters took to the stage on GAC's final day.
Day Two Photos: See who graced the stage on the second full day of CUNA's GAC.
Blair, Matz and Cheney Day 1: Photos capture the first day of general sessions Monday at CUNA's GAC 2014.
Documenting GAC: Selfies Wrap Up: It's a wrap! One last look back at your 2014 CUNA GAC experience.
Documenting GAC: Hike the Hill: A collection of GAC photos shared via #GACSelfies on Twitter, on social media and emailed to Credit Union Times. Can you find your face?
Documenting GAC: One Selfie at a Time Day Two: See yourself in any of these selfies?
Documenting GAC: One Selfie at a Time: See yourself in these selfies?
3 Points Credit Unions Pressed on Capitol Hill: Video CUTs: Watch credit union officials at GAC share what they discussed with their elected officials when they hiked the Hill.
Begich, Heck Support Supplemental Capital: Video CUTs: In interviews backstage at GAC, Sen. Mark Begich of Alaska and Rep. Denny Heck of Washington voice their support for Rep. Peter King's bill.
JPMorgan Net Settlement Amount Is $1.073B: In an exclusive interview, watchdog Congressman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) confirms net settlement number revealed last week by an unnamed NCUA source.
Larson on Credit Unions and Tax Reform: Video CUTs: Watch the full interview with Rep. John Larson (D-Conn.) backstage at CUNA's GAC.
Women to Watch at GAC: Outstanding female executives recognized as Credit Union Times' Women to Watch gathered on Feb. 23 in Washington.
Emotions Run High at Wegner Awards: Emotions run high as the four winners thanked friends, family and colleagues.
Trailblazer Award Winners at CU Times Reception: A highlight of the GAC each year is the reception for the Credit Union Times 2014 Trailblazer Award winners.