Advocacy priorities advancing at the Ohio Statehouse

Published by: Jared Weiser

March 23, 2022 | Political Action

While your credit union is busy taking care of members, the League regularly hits the Statehouse bricks to advocate for your ability to serve them more efficiently and effectively. Below is a snapshot of recent advocacy action.

  • Superior Credit Union and the League supported county recorder modernization efforts to ensure all 88 counties can receive and provide electronic records, like mortgage documents. Check out how this legislation will enable credit unions to serve members more efficiently, beginning at the 58:08 mark.


  • Ohio State Representative Marilyn John (R- Shelby) celebrated Buckeye State Credit Union’s Mansfield branch opening, recognizing the not-for-profit financial cooperative service model’s unique role in local community success and growth.


Follow the League’s social media channels: TwitterFacebook, and Instagram (@WeareOCUL) to stay up-to-date with advocacy activities at the League. If you would like to learn more about Ohio Movement advocacy efforts, or you would like to get involved, contact Legislative Affairs Director Jared Weiser.

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