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Missouri CUs OK dues schedule meet legislators
Missouri State Sen. Norma Champion (R-30) speaks with Ralph Tate, Postal Federal Community CU, Springfield, during a legislative reception at the Missouri Credit Union Association’s 79th Annual Advocacy Business Meeting in Jefferson City, Monday and Tuesday.
St. Louis-based First Missouri CU staff and volunteers visit with Missouri State Rep. Pat Yaeger (D-96) (seated) in her Jefferson City office, as part of the Missouri Credit Union Association’s 79th Annual Advocacy and Business Meeting earlier this week. (Photos provided by the Missouri Credit Union Association)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (4/4/08)--Missouri credit unions approved a new dues structure April 1 to celebrate the Missouri Credit Union Association’s (MCUA) 79th Annual Advocacy and Business Meeting in Jefferson City.The new dues formula takes effect in 2009 and will have the most impact on small credit unions, resulting in as much as 17% savings for some of them, MCUA said (CourierNet April 2). The main focus of the Annual Advocacy and Business Meeting was to meet with state lawmakers, who learned how credit unions make the difference for Missouri consumers during the two-day event Monday and Tuesday. More than 50 state legislators attended MCUA’s legislative dinner reception Monday. The reception featured displays highlighting credit unions’ involvement with specific financial education, consumer advocacy and charitable programs. Credit union staff and volunteers were formally recognized Tuesday on the Missouri House and Senate floors at the Missouri Capitol. Attendees visited lawmakers, and delivered gifts and the credit union difference message. The league also presented the 2007 Missouri credit union awards and recognized “You Make the Difference” advocacy award winners during another reception.


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