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Credit Union Member-Owners Take A Stand

Virginia boasts more than 3 million credit union member-owners.

These everyday working Americans understand that their member-owned, not-for-profit credit union exists solely to provide member-owners with consumer-friendly products and services, designed to help them achieve their personal financial goals.

This Web site is designed to help those member-owners help their credit unions, by giving individuals the opportunity to contact legislators and voice their opinion on issues and legislation.


Get Involved ... Help Protect Your Member-Owned Credit Union!

We need your help with these critical issues, including our top priority: the preservation of the credit union tax exemption, because the taxation of credit unions is really nothing more than a tax on consumers.

Credit unions are also concerned about data breaches, which have become more frequent and affect larger numbers of Americans. It's time to protect credit union members; it's time to tell the merchants responsible to stop the data breaches!

FEATURED ALERT:
Tell Congress: Don’t Tax My Credit Union!

(URGENT!!!) Since credit union members own their credit union, a tax on credit unions is a tax increase on 96 million Americans.

TAKE ACTION NOW

Stop the Data Breaches

As data breaches become more frequent and affect larger numbers of Americans, it's time to tell the merchants responsible to stop the data breaches!

TAKE ACTION NOW


Capital Access for Small Business and Jobs Act, H. R. 719

H. R. 719 would provide credit unions with the ability to raise capital from alternative sources. This common sense legislation enhances safety and soundness and ensures that consumer and their communities will continue to receive support from their credit unions in the future. 

TAKE ACTION NOW

S. 968

Write Our Senators now and encourage them to co-sponsor and support the Small Business Lending Enhancement Act,
S. 968