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Primary and Municipal Elections in the Sunshine State Now Slated for September 26

Editorial Note: This article was originally published in the League of Women

On this day in 1920, the 19th Amendment was ratified, granting American women the right to vote. Ninety-seven years later, however, we are still fighting for equal access…

The League stands in firm opposition to the Election Integrity Commission. League president Chris Carson has publicly addressed its overreach, noting “Mr. Kobach has been brought to court — and lost — several times for suppressing the constitutional rights of citizens to vote in his home state of Kansas.”

This July 17th, a day that usually goes unnoticed by many, is the birthday of a man who vastly impacted the American electoral system.

Last Thursday, League interns Allie Claman and Audra Brulc attended the

This week, League Interns had the chance to hear the personal side of the effects of possible cuts and caps to Medicaid at the Don’t Cap My Care rally hosted by the

Tobie Whitman, founder and owner of Little Acre Flowers in Washington, D.C. is as passionate about her environmentally and socially conscious floral designs as she is about…

The next Supreme Court nominee, whom President Trump will nominate this week, will play a major role in the course for American democracy over the coming decades.  That may seem like an exaggeratio