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Legislative Advocacy

Your Credit Union, Your Voice, Your Impact
The Leagues' Government Affairs team works diligently in Sacramento, Carson City, and Washington, D.C. We promote credit unions' legislative agenda, review hundreds of bills each year, and provide credit union leaders with opportunities to meet with legislators. Please take part in these essential advocacy efforts. (Continue to meet the staff...)
 
Federal Government Affairs

California and Nevada's voice in Washington D.C. The Leagues are the only Leagues with a full time staff dedicated to working with Congress, Government Agencies, and Federal Regulators. The resources in this area will help you keep informed of the latest developments and credit union priorities.

State Advocacy

State Government Advocacy efforts brings the voice of credit unions to Sacramento and Carson City. Our advocacy team works daily with elected officials, staff, the executive offices, gubernatorial appointees, and the decision-makers of California and Nevada. This area will keep you updated on all advocacy efforts at the state level of Government.

From the Editors of CU Weekly

NCUA TO INCORPORATE 'RBC' COMMENTS
updated 07/21/14 01:22 PM
All Audio Sessions Posted Soon
The National Credit Union Administration’s (NCUA) three listening sessions in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Alexandria, VA are finished—and the agency said it’s “incorporating comments and ideas from the sessions into its work, including the ongoing review of the agency’s proposed risk-based capital rule.”

Besides NCUA’s risk-based capital proposal, other issues garnering attention at the listening sessions were examinations, interest rate risk, and the role of small credit unions. Audio recordings of each session will be available in the near future on the agency’s website.

The NCUA “will take into account” the input by credit unions on risk-based capital to improve the final rule, the agency stated in a news release. “For starters, we plan to lower the risk weights on investments, mortgages, member business loans, credit union service organizations and corporates, as well as extend the implementation period,” said NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz.

Click here to read Matz’s entire statement on considerations by the agency related to the risk-based capital proposal, including interest rate risk, the supervisory process, extended implementation, and other issues.

Reminder: Leagues Post Audio Recordings
To ensure all member credit unions have access to the audio recording from the NCUA Listening Session on June 26 in Los Angeles, the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues have posted the session on its website.

Click here to access the Listening Session audio archive, which is categorized by topic so you can easily find and listen to subjects important to you.

 
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Grassroots Advocacy
Grassroots Advocacy efforts connects you to your government. Whether issues arise at the Federal or State level, you can be an advocate for your credit union by participating in our programs. Using traditional Grassroots tactics, the Leagues connects you to our cause.
 
PAC Programs

Political Action Committees are organized for the purpose of raising and spending money to elect and defeat candidates, representing business, labor or ideological interests.

Talking Points
If your credit union would like talking points for an issue, such as member business lending (MBL) or supplemental capital, the Leagues' Consumer Advocacy Department can develop one to suit your particular needs. Please contact Public Affairs and Consumer Advocacy Specialist Tina Ramos-Ingold at tinar@ccul.org, or by phone at 909-212-6050.