Join CUNA GAC with fly-in options or support your peers and regulatory relief without leaving your desk

Published by: Andrew Canan

February 20, 2020 | Education & Training, Government Affairs

While we know getting away from your credit union for the entire CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC) can be challenging, it’s extremely important to personally share your credit union’s story with federal lawmakers who make decisions that impact credit union operations. The League and CUNA are offering two fly-in options to join your peers and strengthen the Movement’s voice. Attend the February 26 keynote address by former White House officials Stephanie Cutter and Nicolle Wallace for a discounted rate of $220, or simply purchase a flight to fly-in on February 26 for a legislative briefing lunch followed by the League-led Hill visits with Ohio’s Congressional delegation.

You can still make a meaningful impact next week even if you’re not able to get away from their credit union to attend GAC. With the League’s new grassroots tool VoterVoice, you can urge congressional support for meaningful Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) reform all from the comfort of your desk. Join your peers as they ascend the steps of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, February 26, and lend your support by simply adding your name to the BSA Reform Call to Action that will go to Senators Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman. For even more convenience, quickly download the VoterVoice app from the iTunes or Google Play store and select the BSA Reform Call to Action .

Please contact Manager of Legislative and Political Advocacy Andrew Canan with any questions.


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