Advocacy News

  • Capitol Eyes 4.22.21

    Apr 22, 2021
    The League's SVP of Advocacy Sarah Wainscott testified in front of the Senate Committee on Financial Institutions and Revenue in support of SB 19, a bill that will better empower credit unions to prevent the financial exploitation of vulnerable adults.
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  • Capitol Eyes 4.8.21

    Apr 08, 2021
    Next week, the Senate Committee on Financial Institutions and Revenue will hold a public hearing on Senate Bill 19, relating to financial exploitation of vulnerable adults.
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  • Capitol Eyes 3.25.21

    Mar 25, 2021
    While Wisconsin was bested by Minnesota in the Border Battle fundraising competition earlier this month, Activists were able to raise $9,375, 129% of Wisconsin’s goal for this event!
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  • Capitol Eyes 3.11.21

    Mar 11, 2021
    Last week, over 100 Wisconsin Credit Union Activists participated in the 2021 CUNA Government Affairs Conference.
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  • The League Urges Elder Financial Abuse Reforms

    Feb 24, 2021
    The Wisconsin Credit Union League is urging passage of a key elder financial abuse prevention bill to help seniors targeted for illegal and fraudulent withdrawals and other transactions.
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  • Capitol Eyes 2021 State Government Affairs Conference Recap

    Feb 12, 2021
    On January 26 - 28, over 200 Credit Union Activists participated in The League’s State Government Affairs Conference.
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  • 5 Reasons to Attend Virtual State GAC

    Jan 15, 2021
    Here are 5 reasons why we can't wait for you to join us at the upcoming Virtual State Government Affairs Conference, to be held January 26-28.
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  • Capitol Eyes 1.14.2021

    Jan 15, 2021
    There are new faces in leadership for the 2021-2022 State Legislative Session, along with eight new Senators and 16 new Representatives.
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  • Special Edition of Capitol Eyes: 2020 Advocacy in Review

    Dec 31, 2020
    As 2020 comes to an end, it is clear credit unions continue to play a vital role for Wisconsinites and their communities. Be proud of the work you've done in 2020.
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