Credit unions need regulatory relief regarding the TCPA, CUNA wrote to the Senate Commerce Committee Tuesday. CUNA sent its letter for the record of the committee’s hearing on oversight of the Federal Communications Commission.
This year has been a “wildly successful year in credit union advocacy,” CUNA Chief Advocacy Officer Ryan Donovan said, and during the August recess credit unions have a great opportunity for additional efforts.
News Now, Policy and President Donald Trump signed the NDAA for FY19 Monday at Fort Drum, enacting the legislation without a provision CUNA fought to remove that could have negatively impacted military credit unions.
Two members of the Senate Banking Committee called for board/commission oversight of the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection during the confirmation hearing of Kathleen Kraninger, President Donald Trump’s choice to lead Bureau.
In a Thursday vote, the House approved H.R. 6147, the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2019. CUNA supports the legislation as it continues to build upon CUNA’s Campaign for Common-Sense Regulation.
The JOBS and Investor Confidence Act of 2018 (S. 488) passed the House of Representatives in a 406-4 vote on Tuesday. Title XVII of the House Amendment would delay the risk-based capital rule recently finalized by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA).
CUNA issued a letter urging House leadership to Title XVII of the House Amendment to S. 488, the JOBS and Investor Confidence Act of 2018, which would delay the risk-based capital rule recently finalized by NCUA.
CUNA joined other trade associations in sending a letter to House leaders urging the adoption of an amendment to the Financial Services and General Government appropriations bill to prohibit the U.S. Postal Service from providing banking services.
CUNA Monday sent a letter to the House subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit regarding the subcommittee’s hearing upcoming on, “Examining Capital Regimes for Financial Institutions.”