Credit Union Advocacy
Advocacy In Action
Across the nation, regulatory burden subjects credit union members to higher loan rates, fewer services and products, less access to modernized technology, longer wait times for mortgage loans and increased inconvenience on services. We need your help to tell policymakers you want common-sense regulation.
Our state has nearly 806,000 credit union members, and it’s crucial that our voice be heard by state government officials.
Credit unions are constantly working to show they’re a better alternative to the big banks, and much of that fight happens at the national level.
We’ll keep you up to date on the latest rules and regulations and how they affect the credit union industry, and you as a member.