The League joined an amicus brief filed in the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Lair v. Motl.

The League joined a letter to the Leadership of the U.S. Senate encouraging them to stay strong against attempts to load 2014 appropriations bills with amendments that threaten the nation's clean water, climate and natural resources.

The League joined a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) urging the agency to expeditiously move forward with regulations to cut methane emissions.

ADDRESS BY NEWLY-ELECTED LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF THE U.S. PRESIDENT ELISABETH MACNAMARA TO THE 51ST NATIONAL CONVENTION

DALLAS, TEXAS, JUNE 10, 2014

 

Thank you for your faith in me and in this team, but most of all, in the League and the future. We came into this Convention united and we are leaving this Convention united. United in our commitment to keep the League strong because together and united we have impact on the issues that matter to us and to our democracy.

ADDRESS BY ELISABETH MACNAMARA, PRESIDENT, LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS OF THE U.S. TO THE 51ST NATIONAL CONVENTION

DALLAS, TEXAS, JUNE 7, 2014

 

The League joined a letter to the U.S. Senate urging Senators to oppose S. 3214, Senator McConnell's newest attempt to derail the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) carbon pollution standards.

A Primer for Engagement of League Members and Fellow Citizens - 2014

The League continues efforts to restore the Voting Rights Act with a letter to the House of Representatives.

The League is dedicated to ensuring access to affordable, quality health care for all Americans. We believe that all Americans should have access to a basic level of care, including disease prevention, primary care (including prenatal and reproductive health), acute long-term care, mental health care and health promotion and education.

The League joined reform groups in urging the Democratic Governors Association (DGA) to drop its legal challenge to a Connecticut law restricting political campaign spending. The letter, sent to Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin, head of the DGA, says that the lawsuit filed by the DGA put the governors in league with efforts “by the conservative majority on the Supreme Court to eviscerate campaign finance laws.”

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