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Two months into the 2015 State Legislative sessions and we have seen a groundswell of assaults on voters in many states. League of Women Voters activists have been working around the clock to fight back against these threats as well as to advance opportunities for voters.
The League believes that access to the vote is about equality, not politics. Fortunately, Leagues across the country are fighting discriminatory voter ID bills – and succeeding!
This article originally appeared on KVNF radio and on KVNF.com.By Laura Palmisano
Earlier this year, the League of Women Voters of La Plata County, along with 242 other state and local LWVs, participated in an update of our national position on agriculture, adopted in 1988.
The primary election is less than two months away, June 26, and there are some changes to elections this year that you might not know about, including the fact that the elections will conducted by
In addition to the work the League does to defend the environment at the national level, in 2009 members came together to develop the League’s Climate Change Task Force. Local and state Leagues are also committed to addressing the specific environmental concerns that arise in their communities.