The urge to serve the industry during what one CEO called "a very exciting and anxious period" coupled with heightened interest in dealing with the corporate dilemma are apparently
In advance of the Nov. 2 elections, CUNA is stepping up its grassroots advocacy with what it calls a refined "partisan communication" campaign aimed at bringing more direct involvement by CU members with candidates.
Nearly a week after the event, Maine credit union executives are still talking about a rousing speech given to a record crowd by Ari Fleischer, former White House press secretary, urging CUs to press ahead with advocacy programs.
The political action committees of CUNA and NAFCU won some and lost some in yesterday's primary elections.
A coalition of public interest groups and think tanks generally regarded as conservative has come out with a statement urging Congress to reject the so-called Durbin Amendment that would regulate debit card interchange.
Because of a planned political protest, the Credit Union League of Connecticut has decided that holding an event at the State Capitol on Thursday isn't their cup of tea.