|Rep. Linda Sanchez|
CONGRESSWOMAN DEFENDS CU TAX STATUS
updated 09/16/13 11:24 AM
CUs 'Provide Critical Support'
In the next step of her ongoing support of credit unions, Rep. Linda Sanchez, D-CA, has written an editorial piece for the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues flagship magazine, Credit Union Digest, and announced her support of the credit union tax exemption. Sanchez is a member of the House Ways and Means Committee, which governs tax policy.
The Leagues’ legislative advocacy team has been working diligently with Sanchez, discussing with her how credit unions play a vital role in the communities they serve. Congresswoman Sanchez represents California’s 38th Congressional District, representing more than 158,000 credit union members.
We are excited to give you this exclusive first-hand look into the upcoming October/November edition of Credit Union Digest, which Sanchez has personally penned.
CELEBRATE 100 MILLION MEMBERSHIPS updated
07/24/14 03:42 PM
National Awareness Campaign
The credit union movement is on pace to reach 100 million memberships this summer. To commemorate this milestone, the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) launched the “100 Million Memberships” campaign, and invites all credit unions to participate.
ECONOMY 'WELL POSITIONED AND READY' updated
07/23/14 02:06 PM
CUs Can Target Growth Areas
As the economy expands throughout the latter half of 2014, credit unions should focus particularly on the largest employment sectors and growth in these areas, according to California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues Chief Economist Dwight Johnston in his latest Credit Union Digest column.
STORY ON CONGRESSMAN ISSA CLARIFIED updated
07/22/14 11:53 AM
'Misrepresents Facts,' Dykstra Says
Some within the credit union industry may have read the recently published Credit Union Times article regarding remarks from Rep. Darrell Issa, R-CA, in relation to the credit union movement.
GIGI HYLAND TALKS PHILOSOPHY AT WCMS updated
07/21/14 04:11 PM
Foundation Leader Addresses Colloquium
The foundational philosophy of credit unions isn’t dead. But keeping true to the movement’s ideology means staying nimble in how it’s executed and harboring an open mind to change.