Movement advocacy priorities advance through the legislature

Priority legislation is advanced at the state and federal levels to help Ohio credit unions do what they do best: serve more than three million members. The Ohio House of […]

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Ohio Computer Crimes Act unanimously clears Ohio House committee

As member-owned financial cooperatives dedicated to protecting members, few issues cause more angst than a potential cyber-attack exposing and compromising personal account information. So, when an Ohio credit union fell […]

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What’s happening at the Ohio Statehouse

The Ohio General Assembly is back and ready to tackle a host of issues affecting Ohio’s 237 credit unions. There will be a flurry of legislative activity in the next […]

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Standing up for members through IRS proposal opposition

Duplicative and unnecessary regulations only detract Ohio credit unions from their primary goal: serving more than three million members. That’s why the League has been hard at work fighting back […]

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PZC: Eye-opening advocacy change

Collectively, Ohio credit unions have made successful and impactful advocacy strides this year. Updating your Project ZIP Code (PZC) for events such as CUNA GAC, Hike the Hill, and legislative […]

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Carey v. Russo: Movement meets with 15th District candidates

Supporting those who will best represent Ohio’s credit unions interest in Congress is always a top League advocacy priority. With the sudden retirement of a huge credit union champion in […]

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OCUL joins effort to address affordable housing

Ohio credit unions continue to serve as pillars in their community by supporting the people, families, businesses, and communities hit the hardest by the ongoing pandemic. Like your credit union, […]

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Ohio General Assembly fall preview

The Ohio Legislature is back after their summer recess, ready to tackle a host of important issues, including multiple bills impacting credit unions. Just like your credit union, the League […]

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Government affairs committee offers feedback on family forward adoption program

Last General Assembly, the League partnered with State Representative Jon Cross (R-Kenton) and Treasurer of State Robert Sprague to support their initiative (House Bill 405) to create an adoption linked-deposit […]

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Congressional Special Election primaries held; picture for credit unions becomes clear

Last week, Ohio’s special elections took place to fill the vacancies following the resignations of now-HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge and now-Ohio Chamber of Commerce CEO Steve Stivers. With the winners […]

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