The League is able to participate fully in the case between the states of Kansas and Arizona and the Election Assistance Commission (EAC) on documentary proof-of-citizenship on voter registration forms.
A guest blog post from the League of Women Voters of Johnson County, KS on their testimony to the Environmental Protection Agency on carbon pollution from existing power plants.
The League of Women Voters has challenged requirements that voters provide documentary proof-of-citizenship with their voter registration application forms in Kansas and Arizona.
The co-presidents of LWV Cuyahoga Area (OH) guest blog about their voter service work and their high school registration project in particular.
“When you’re talking about changing the world, you don’t need permission and no one will tell you how to do it.” That was the message of the Make Progress national summit, hosted by Generation Progress and held just blocks from The White House.
This week, Congress got to work holding hearings in both chambers and beginning to discuss possible solutions and the path forward. Both branches of the legislature showed that the Voting Rights Act could continue to be an integral part in preventing voter discrimination.
This guest blog post by Andrea Kaminski, executive director of the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin discusses recent changes to election laws and their continuing fight against voter ID in their state.
Deirdre Mcnab, president of the League of Women Voters of Florida writes about how the problems at the polls on Election Day 2012 resulted in the recent changes in Florida's election laws, including increased early voting.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), we’re joining with Project Vote and other voting rights advocates for a tweet chat!
The Keystone XL pipeline proposal puts enormous and unacceptable risks on the American people, says Linda Duckworth, President of the League of Women Voters of Nebraska (LWVNE).