Stories from Around the State
Without the ability to make reproductive decisions for one’s body, those who can become pregnant cannot participate equally in our democracy.
Further, since the Dobbs decision reversing the right to abortion, numerous state governments have introduced legislation directly or indirectly related to reproductive rights, challenging doctrines of US democracy.
This story originally aired on WDTN.
March is National Women’s Month, but March 8 is International Women’s Day. The Miami Valley has its fair share of women who are making a difference in their communities.
The Greater Dayton League of Women Voters was founded in 1920, after a group called the ‘Dangerous Dames of Dayton’ protested and demanded suffrage.
This story originally aired on WKBN.
In this week’s segment with WKBN Community Affairs Director Dee Crawford, Crawford sits down with Leah Sakacs, president of the League of Women Voters of Greater Youngstown.
This profile was originally published by The Miami Student.
This profile was originally published by The Post.
The League of Women Voters of Athens County had already made its impact on local races prior to voters making their way to the polls and casting their ballots Tuesday.
This letter was originally published by BG Independent.
The public can rest assured that the League of Women Voters of Bowling Green will persist in our efforts to encourage political responsibility through informed, active participation in government. We will continue to give candidates opportunities to present their views publicly and seek ways to make these opportunities available to all candidates.