Credit Union advocacy encouraged during Congress’ break

The Senate and House of Representatives are in their home districts and states this week and the House will remain out next week as well. During this time, NAFCU is encouraging its members to reach out to lawmakers while they’re in town to discuss top credit union issues.

Because 2016 is an election year, lawmakers will be spending more time than usual in their home districts, giving credit unions more opportunities to directly advocate for key legislative and regulatory issues. NAFCU member credit unions can set up meetings with lawmakers during their in-district work periods by contacting NAFCU Director of Political Affairs Dan O’Brien at

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