Ten Leagues representing credit unions from 15 states have met with policymakers in-person and virtually over the past two weeks, part of credit unions’ fall advocacy efforts. In addition to members of Congress, many Leagues and credit unions met with staff at NCUA, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), and others.
Credit unions continued to share their concerns over proposed increased reporting to the Internal Revenue Services, as well as supported legislation that would increase financial access and inclusion.
Hill visits will continue throughout the fall as Leagues and credit unions continue to engage with policymakers on credit union priorities.
Thanks to @RepBuddyCarter for his continued support of small businesses and credit unions! We appreciate him taking the time to meet with our advocacy team yesterday. pic.twitter.com/PLXzaK7WM6— LSCU & Affiliates (@LeagueofSECUs) September 29, 2021
This week ICUL and #creditunion leaders in Illinois had the honor of speaking with members of Congress during our virtual Hike the Hill event. Thank you to all legislators for your time and consideration. We appreciate you! pic.twitter.com/LTOny19ijs— Illinois CU League (@ILCULeague) September 24, 2021
Meeting with @SenTinaSmith is a great way to end Virtual Hike the Hill. Thanks for your support and we appreciate your time today! pic.twitter.com/VReT4oypBY— Minnesota's Credit Unions (@mncreditunions) September 24, 2021
Thank you to @CorporateOneFCU for kicking off a productive conversation between @KyleHauptman and credit union leaders from Ohio, California, and Nevada. We look forward to advancing, protecting, and empowering #creditunions with you. pic.twitter.com/ivDuZIKYWa— Ohio CU League (@WeAreOCUL) September 21, 2021
The highly anticipated ‘Hike the Hill’ starts tomorrow. See you online! https://t.co/7NIvmw6CLy pic.twitter.com/MB5Dqg8QNY— CANV Leagues (@CANVleagues) September 27, 2021