CA GRR: Educating Legislators on Issues Critical to CUs


The 2019 California Government Relations Rally (GRR) is just two weeks away—and it is still not too late to register.

Attendees at this year’s event—to be held April 8 and 9 at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel in Sacramento—will meet with state legislators and regulators on important issues, including a crucial cleanup measure to the California Consumer Privacy Act that will allow credit unions to continue to use personal information to protect against and prevent illegal activity; a bill to help increase financial literacy among high school students; and a bill to allow local governments to create a public bank.

Other issues and talking points will be forthcoming as April approaches.

Additionally, a California League PAC fundraiser will be held for Senate Pro Tem Toni Aktins on April 8. If you would like to co-sponsor or attend, please contact Heather deNecochea, Leagues manager of political advocacy, at

Besides issues affecting credit unions, the California GRR will host an attendee reception for networking and a discussion session among credit union leaders.

To register, click here

For more information or questions, contact Robert Wilson, Leagues vice president of state government affairs, at, or 916-325-1366.

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