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NWCUA to Host Credit Union Town Hall with Rep. Suzanne Bonamici

The Association is hosting an hour-long town hall discussion with credit union champion Suzanne Bonamici at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at First Tech Federal Credit Union.

The Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA) will host a credit union town hall discussion with Rep. Suzanne Bonamici (D-Ore.) on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 9 a.m.

“Our goal is to have at least 50 credit union advocates and representatives in attendance,” said NWCUA Vice President of Legislative Advocacy Jennifer Wagner. “If you live, work or have a branch in the 1st Congressional District, we hope you will plan to attend and to encourage your colleagues to join you.” Wagner added that the Association hopes to have a representative present from all credit unions in Oregon's 1st Congressional District, and that credit union advocates outside the district are invited to attend as well.

Bonamici, elected eight months ago with credit union support, has quickly established herself as a credit union champion, co-sponsoring both of the movement’s priority bills in Congress: H.R. 1418, which would increase the member business lending (MBL) cap, and H.R. 3993, which would allow the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) to approve supplemental capital for well-managed credit unions.

“This is your opportunity to meet Congresswoman Bonamici,” Wagner said, “to hear about her experience thus far in Congress, her goals going forward and to ask your questions of her.

What:

Credit Union Town Hall with Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici

Who:

Credit Unions in the 1st Congressional District, statewide credit union advocates

When:

Tuesday, Sept. 25, 9–10 a.m.

Where:

First Tech Federal Credit Union
Community Room
3555 SW 153rd Dr.
Beaverton, OR

RSVP:

Jennifer Wagner or 503.350.2224 with estimated number of people. We would like all credit unions in the 1st CD to be represented.

Questions? Contact Jennifer Wagner, Vice President of Legislative Advocacy, at 503.350.2224.

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