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As the only collective voice that speaks for local credit unions in both federal and state legislatures, the Association protects and advances your best interests in order to help your credit union succeed. By providing a direct channel to Maryland legislators and DC council members, the Association gives you the power of a united, influential voice and information to keep you informed and ahead of the issues that can impact your business. Click here to view the monthly advocacy report.

Influence federal legislature with the power of a united voice.
Make an impact on the state legislature and the DC City Council.
Information for credit unions and candidates for elected office regarding MD|DC CUA’s Friend of Credit Unions candidate endorsements.
Maximize your voice in the electoral process and ensure that you’re providing the best service to your members.
Participate in this program that supports federal and state advocacy efforts and provides opportunities for ATM expansion and shared branching.
Stay up-to-date on recent regulatory issues.
Reach out to state and federal legislators with these comment letter templates.

Advocacy News & Hot Topics

NCUA Board gets briefed on health of the credit union industry
At their April Board Meeting, the NCUA Board of Directors was briefed on the improving health of the credit union industry and the status of the NCUSIF and the Corporate Stabilization Fund.
Credit unions have a positive Maryland Legislative Session
The 2013 Maryland Legislative Session concluded with the Maryland & D.C. Credit Union Association having successfully defeated measures that would have harmed credit unions and their members.
Bonds holds slightly lead in first public poll in fluid D.C. City Council race
Democrat Anita Bonds holds a slight lead in her quest to retain the At-Large D.C. City Council seat to which she was appointed after Phil Mendelson (D) vacated the seat when he was elected Council Chairman.

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