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Save the Dream Podcast

Save the Dream Podcast

The MCUL President/CEO Dave Adams sits down with Governor Jennifer Granholm to discuss the new “Save the Dream” legislation.Save The Dream Program Article

CUs Recognized in State of the State

CUs Recognized in State of the State

Governor Jennifer M. Granholm featured credit unions in her small business lending initiative during her State of the State address on Feb. 3. Credit unions statewide pledged $43 million in small business loans to support entrepreneurs through an MEDC...

Gov. Granholm on FlashPoint

Gov. Granholm on FlashPoint

WDIV's Devin Scillian interviewed Gov. Jennifer Granholm on Flashpoint on Feb. 7, including a discussion of a Detroit Tech Town event announcing $43 million in credit union small business loans.

CU National Update for February 8, 2010

CU National Update for February 8, 2010

This week on CU National Update, the first webcast dedicated to credit unions and the issues facing them, Glenn Ray reports on federal regulatory reform updates, President Obama's proposals to support small businesses, Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm's...

MI Small Business Financing Alliance

MI Small Business Financing Alliance

Gov. Granholm's recent State of the State address included an historic moment for Michigan credit unions as she unveiled her plan for a New Michigan, powered by an innovative lending partnership with state CUs. Granholm elaborated on the new Michigan...

"Open Your Own Business; Michigan Will Help" on WILX

"Open Your Own Business; Michigan Will Help" on WILX

Gov. Granholm, Greg Main of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and MCUL's Dave Adams appeared with small business owners at Lansing Community College to discuss the Small Business Financing Alliance and credit union contributions to Michigan's...

WWTV:9 and 10 News Covers SBFA in Northern Michigan

WWTV:9 and 10 News Covers SBFA in Northern Michigan

Gov. Granholm held a press conference in Clare with the MCUL and small-business owners to promote SBFA loans and SBTCA entrepreneur training. Credit unions statewide have pledged $43 million to SBFA loans. The program will launch on May 1.