Straight to The Point: May 10


star3 The New York Credit Union Association is pleased to announce the winner of the Desjardins Adult Financial Education Award, which recognizes credit unions that demonstrate a significant commitment to adult financial education – The Point

star3 Attendees of the 2018 Annual Meeting & Convention will have several opportunities to support CUPAC, the state credit union political action committee – The Point

star3 CUNA’s Member Activation Program, or MAP, is designed to engage credit union members in advocacy initiatives – CUNA

star3 The Trump Administration proposed to rescind $174 million already appropriated for the Community Development Financial Institutions program – CU Times

star3 Equifax confirmed that thousands of passports and driver’s licenses were compromised along with the Social Security numbers of nearly all of the more than 146 million consumers affected by last year’s massive data breach – NBC

star3 Credit union-backed candidates went two-for-four this week in different primary races across the country – CUToday

star3 Many names are being circulated to replace disgraced former state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman – Times Union

star3 The White House is dragging out the nomination of a permanent director for the CFPB to ensure that Acting Director Mick Mulvaney calls the shots at the agency until the end of the year or longer – CU Journal

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