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Looking back at a successful year of CU advocacy

CUNA President and CEO Jim Nussle reflected in his weekly report on the successes of 2019 and the “cooperative superpowers” credit unions share.

Nussle video button“No one in our movement achieved any of our big wins alone, and everything is a product of the CUNA/League system,” Nussle said. “The partnership between CUNA and the Leagues proves that age-old saying: we’re stronger together. All of us, CUNA, Leagues, credit unions, Associate Business Members and system partners like CUNA Mutual, get the big things done.”

CUNA’s 2019 Impact Report video showcases the accomplishments of 2019, and these big wins are a springboard for credit unions to kick off 2020 with positive action. Ryan Donovan, CUNA chief advocacy officer, said “Bankers attempts to limit credit unions access to markets were beat back in the landmark win on the NCUA field of membership rule.”

He goes on to list other significant victories this year.

You have opportunities to make your voice heard with the CUNA GAC, Feb. 23-27 in Washington, D.C., and with our state advocacy conferences.

The Georgia Advocacy Conference will take place in Atlanta on Jan. 28, 2020. For details, click here.

The Florida Advocacy Conference will be held in Tallahassee, Feb. 11-12. Click here to register.

The Alabama Advocacy Conference will be held March 3-4. Click here to register.

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