Year end snapshot: State and federal credit union priorities

Just like your credit union, the League is hard at work ensuring a successful year end and is focused on promoting and protecting credit union interests at the Statehouse and in Congress. Here are the League’s top issues as legislators wrap up their sessions: House Bill 116, the Ohio Computer Crimes Act, would close a legal loophole that bad actors can exploit to access sensitive data and information without penalty.

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League supports closing bank charter loopholes

Ensuring a level playing field for all financial service providers is crucial to protecting your credit union’s ability to serve its members. That’s why the League supports U.S. Senator Sherrod […]

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Credit unions need flexible FHLB liquidity access

Your credit union’s members are best served when federal regulations are consistent and empower flexible service in a challenging economic environment. That’s why the League recently teamed up with the […]

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Interchange amendment blocked; there’s more work to do

Consumers and businesses need access to reliable credit card services. That’s why the League opposed adding an interchange amendment to the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) bill that would […]

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Federal charter modernization clears U.S. House

Credit union boards need the ability to adopt reasonable governance practices that best meet membership obligations. By passing H.R. 6889, the Credit Union Board Modernization Act, Congress took a key […]

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Ohio credit unions amplify Movement priorities in 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 members. Last week, dozens of credit union […]

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Dayton leaders connect with local legislators

Perhaps there is nothing more local and community-based than credit unions, Statehouse legislative leaders, and Minor League baseball. Recently, the League connected all three to promote community advancement, Main Street […]

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League joins forces with bankers to oppose interchange proposal

Consumers and businesses need access to reliable credit card services, and the current interchange system is critical to preserving how credit unions serve their members. That’s why the League recently […]

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Credit union priorities flying through Congress

Just as your credit union works to complete quarterly reporting and tackles upcoming strategic planning sessions, Congress is busy wrapping up outstanding legislation before an August recess and November election.

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Credit unions connect with Movement champion Congresswoman Kaptur

Connecting directly with decision-makers on how to better improve member lives is right in the credit union wheelhouse. That is why Northwest Ohio credit union leaders recently took the opportunity […]

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