Credit union data protection efforts shared with Congress

Financial fraud is everywhere; account takeovers, elder scams, counterfeit checks, and stolen credit cards are just a few examples. The U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs held […]

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New Homebuyer Plus Savings Program is live

Expanding credit union access to state programs is crucial to better serving your members. That’s why the League engaged in the legislative process to make the new Ohio Homebuyer Plus […]

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League supports reducing CFPB regulatory burden

People, families, businesses, and community needs are best served when there is a balance between the impact and cost of regulation, and the benefits to credit union members. That’s why […]

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League supports Housing Financial Literacy Act of 2023

Ohioans succeed when they have access to affordable and reliable housing opportunities. Given Ohio’s current housing affordability issue, credit unions stand ready to help families access affordable housing and achieve […]

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League outlines housing priorities with Select Committee on Housing

Ohio communities thrive when the people living in them have access to resources and opportunities that foster greater financial well-being. As member-owned financial institutions, credit unions help families access affordable […]

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NCUA Board Nomination hearing in U.S. Senate

On Thursday, Oct. 19, the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs held a confirmation hearing for several appointments, including Tanya Otsuka, to the National Credit Union Administration […]

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League working to improve MCC legislation

Consistent, non-competing, and non-duplicative regulations are critical to ensuring affordable access to credit through people-driven financial services. That’s why the League is currently monitoring Ohio Senate Bill 148, known as […]

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Cannabis banking fix advances in U.S. Senate

Navigating ambiguous and unclear cannabis banking compliance can hinder credit unions from fully serving members and meeting their unique needs. That is why the League supported the Secure and Fair […]

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Members advance advocacy priorities in Washington, D.C.

Credit union advocacy strength is built by the willingness of Ohio credit unions to go above and beyond to advocate for 3.2 million Ohioans. Last week, 39 leaders from 26 […]

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State Treasurer opens new public deposit program to credit unions and homeowners

Expanding credit union access to state programs is crucial to serving over 3.2 million Ohioans. Linked deposit programs allow the state to partner with credit unions to offer members the […]

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