Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed a new law Monday that gives state-chartered credit unions the option to pay board members.
Measure would make Washington the 11th state to allow board member pay.
State-chartered credit unions in Volunteer State can now pay volunteers.
Measure allowing Volunteer State credit unions to pay volunteers awaits only governor's John Hancock.
Tennessee becomes second state in past two months to take up whether to allow credit unions to compensate board members.
Measures go before House, Senate panels in Olympia; supplemental capital proposals dropped from bills.
Make clear to new board members what their responsibilities are, what’s expected of them if they are to serve the credit union. Set those standards high.
Access to supplemental capital and expanded investment options also in proposed legislation.