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Weekly Round-Up of Cornerstone Advocacy News
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 6:35 AM

Whether a state or national issue, lawmakers influence the way credit unions do business and affect not only your operations but the benefits your credit union members may receive. As your association, it's our job to stay on top of things, so in case you missed them, here is the lineup of Cornerstone advocacy articles posted during the past week (click on title for link to article):

Calling CUs to Act Today; Texas Sen. Hughes Steps Up on SB 714

Oklahoma Senate Honors Dick Ensweiler's Service

'Zombie' Debt Bill Heard in Texas House Committee

Hensarling Sets Hearing for New 'CHOICE Act' Draft

InfoSight Highlight: Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act

Pending Regulatory Comment Calls

Texas Senate Approves Home Equity Bill

Texas Senate Passes Bill Allowing Transfer on Death for Vehicles

Texas Senate Clarifies Law for Transfer on Death of Real Estate

Texas Senate Passes SDSI Bill

Changes to Credit Card Laws in Texas

Texas CUs: Please Contact Your Lawmakers on 2 Major Bills

Texas Committees to Hear 2 Major Bills: Data Security and POD Disclosure Bills

Governor Appoints Jim Minge to Texas CU Commission, Elevates Missy Morrow to Presiding Officer

Texas House Committee Hears Data Security Bill

Congressional Hearings This Week; CHOICE Act on Wednesday

Cornerstone regularly provides Leaguer readers with high-quality news and information, and we know that advocacy and regulatory matters are of particular concern to all credit unions. Does your credit union have an advocacy story to tell? Contact Kimber Cockrill, publications manager, at

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