WASHINGTON — If banks are getting regulatory relief credit unions deserve the same opportunity.
Wait till next year. That’s the motto of fans whose teams have a disappointing season, and it’s also sums up the political strategies of CUNA and NAFCU.
WASHINGTON — House Financial Services Committee Chairman Spencer Bachus (R-Ala.) didn’t address specific credit union legislative priorities during his speech at NAFCU’s Congressional Caucus, but he commiserated with attendees about the dangers of excessive regulation.
Here is a slide show of some of the speakers at the NAFCU Congressional Caucus in Washington's historic Mayflower Hotel this week.
California congressman vows to fight for credit unions while also fighting for his political life.
Backers of measure to raise lending cap can continue efforts as measure moves through Congress.
Association moves Donovan up lobbying chain.
Montana Sen. Jon Tester keynotes the Political Breakfast; Katherine Marisic debuts as political director.
CUNA’s PAC raised $93,774 in April and NAFCU’s raised $14,250, according to forms filed with the Federal Election Commission.
CUNA's PAC had $270,933 in its coffers as of last week and NAFCU's PAC had $215,631, according to reports they filed this week with the Federal Election Commission.