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CUNA's 2011 Governmental Affairs Conference

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March 03, 2011
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CUNA's GAC attracted more than 4,000 participants this year, and wrapped up with final Hill visits. Here CU leaders from South Florida meet with Rep. Alcee Hastings, D-Fla. Photo by Mike Bridges. View the complete slideshow.

• Read Wednesday's GAC Daily News

• Read Tuesday's GAC Daily News

• Read Monday's GAC Daily News

• Read News Now's coverage of CUNA's GAC

• Watch a video recap of Wednesday's events from the League of Southeastern CUs

 GAC Daily News: Wednesday

Corporate CU outlook

The corporate credit union network will be more focused on settlement and payment services, and less focused on investment services. Read about it now.

• Read Wednesday's GAC Daily News

• Read Tuesday's GAC Daily News

• Read Monday's GAC Daily News

• Read News Now's coverage of CUNA's GAC

• Watch a video recap of Tuesday's events from the League of Southeastern CUs

• Warren wants CUs, CFPB to work together

• Let’s agree to agree

• Fewer corporates in CUs’ future

• Perlmutter: ‘Your words will carry a lot of weight’

• Stivers: 'We need to hold government agencies accountable'

• Royce: 'Business lending has tremendous traction'

• May sees strength in one voice

• Hill visits begin: View the slideshow
 

 GAC Daily News: Tuesday

Kanjorski award

Rep. Paul Kanjorski (D-Pa.) may not be in the House anymore but he said he still “wants to help credit unions reach 100 million members.”

Pennsylvania CU Association CEO Jim McCormack (left) and CUNA President/CEO Bill Cheney honored Kanjorski with a resolution recognizing him as a “true CU champion,” during yesterday’s Opening General Session.

• Read Tuesday's GAC Daily News [pdf].

• Read Monday's GAC Daily News [pdf]

• Read coverage from CUNA's News Now

• Video recap of Monday's events, from the League of Southeastern CUs


More coverage from CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference:

• Cheney envisions big voice, message on Capitol Hill

• Tax status tops legislative list

• 'We're going in the Hudson'

• Let the election 'games' begin

• Cheney's interchanges message: 'Stop this'

• Goldstein: CUs serve underserved

• CUs 'put the pedal to the metal' to support kids

• Matz praises CUs' resilience
 

GAC Daily News

Welcome to D.C.!

Credit union system leaders welcome Governmental Affairs Conference attendees to the nation's capitol.

Credit Union Magazine will provide daily updates during CUNA's Governmental Affairs Conference Feb. 28 to March 4.

GAC Daily News
Read the Monday GAC Daily News [pdf]

 

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• 'Miracle on the Hudson' Pilot Shares Life Lessons

• Wegner Awards Celebrate Difference Makers

• Small CU Roundtable Addresses 'Big Picture' Concerns

• Buckle Up: Here Comes a Duke Boy

• Maxwell, Herring Award Winners Continue Tradition of Service

• CUs Champion Youth Financial Education

Corporate CU outlook

The corporate credit union network will be more focused on settlement and payment services, and less focused on investment services. Read about it now.

Read Wednesday's GAC Daily News

Read Tuesday's GAC Daily News

Read Monday's GAC Daily News

Read News Now's coverage of CUNA's GAC

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