The elections are finally over. So what does it mean to credit unions?
Gov. Pat Quinn addresses conference in Chicago of the American Association of Credit Union Leagues.
Ohio appears to be the next battleground for the credit union push to accept public funds with bills being readied in both chambers of the state legislature next week.
Council adopts resolution but move would take state legislative action.
Dairy State imbroglio over tax exemption continues to heat up.
Going into her new role as president and CEO of the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues in October 2010, Diana Dykstra had nearly three decades of experience working for California credit unions, which allowed her to build many relationships. So it made sense that becoming head of a league...
The credit union campaign to win state-by-state approval for savings promotion raffles picked up steam last week.
Higher loan limits, more meeting flexibility and other tidbits are in a bill making its way with bipartisan support through the Oregon legislature.
Tarheel CUs may soon be able to entice savings by offering grand prizes to members in a statewide lottery.
State league lobbying is undergoing more revamps this spring with advocacy schedules getting altered at two more leagues–Texas and California–to advance a more focused industry message to lawmakers.