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Hike the Hill: Reserve Hotel Room By May 11


Time is running out to reserve a room and take part in the Missouri Hike the Hill, June 8-10. Join the Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) and credit union leaders as they discuss issues that impact credit unions and their members/communities in meetings with lawmakers and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).

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Hotel Deadline for Missouri Hike the Hill Nears


Make plans to participate in Missouri Hike the Hill in Washington, D.C.  The event is scheduled for May 22-23.  The Missouri Credit Union Association will schedule legislative visits with the Missouri Congressional delegation and staff, as well as regulatory agency representatives.  It’s a great opportunity for credit union management and volunteers to share credit union conce

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National Hike the Hill Focus on MBL: Missouri Attendees Needed November 27-28


In Missouri and across the country, credit unions are focusing on the final push to pass member business lending (MBL) legislation.  Time is running out and all efforts are needed.  If member business lending is not passed by the end of the year, MBL will have to be reintroduced when the new Congress takes office and the process must start all over again. 

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MO Hike the Hill June 25-27: Register by 5/26


Missouri Hike the Hill – June 25-27

Make credit union voices heard in Washington, D.C.!  The Missouri Credit Union Association's summer Hike the Hill takes place June 25-27.  

A key focus on Capitol Hill is member business lending, in support of S. 2231, the Credit Union Small Business Jobs Act.  It is important for federal lawmakers to hear directly from people who are involved in member business lending - and those who want to do more.

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GAC Garners New Cosponsors from Missouri


Missouri credit union leaders took their message to Capitol Hill as part of the Credit Union National Association’s Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC), March 18 – 22.  The group included 47 attendees from 15 credit unions who visited with each office in Missouri’s Congressional delegation.

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