Head to Lansing for MCUL GAC
When credit union advocates gather in Lansing for the MCUL & Affiliates Government Affairs Conference (GAC), they will first receive a legislative issues update from the League, with an in-depth review of this year’s state legislative priorities. The information will help participants understand key messages and talking points that can be shared with lawmakers during the legislative reception with Senate members and a legislative breakfast with House members.
The MCUL GAC agenda also features a 2017 forecast from Financial Services Committee Chairwoman Diana Farrington (R-Utica).
Also slated is a visit from Ryan Donovan, chief advocacy officer at Credit Union National Association who will cover "Federal Advocacy Priorities: Credit Unions on Capitol Hill". Attendees will get the latest news straight from Washington, D.C. and hear about federal legislative and regulatory initiatives, including data breach, common sense regulatory relief, modernization of the federal credit union act and the preservation of our not-for-profit tax status.
This year, the conference begins at the Anderson House Office Building on Wednesday, April 26. There will once again be a legislative luncheon with members of the Michigan House of Representatives.
The MCUL GAC takes place April 26–27 at the Anderson House Office Building and the Radisson hotel in Lansing. Scholarships are available for SAS credit unions.
There is a room block available at the Radisson in Lansing for those coming in from out of town. Rooms are available for $139.95 per night, plus tax, the MCUL & Affiliates rate. After April 5, rooms are on a space- and rate-available basis. Refer to the MCUL & Affiliates promotional code MCUL17 when reserving rooms.Go to main navigation