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When Congress left Washington this month, they also left behind a lot of work -- including helping prevent voter discrimination by moving the Voting Rights Amendment Act (VRAA) forward.
The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Thursday said the state's new process for issuing photo ID's for voters is designed to "cause confusion and discourage people from voting.&quo
Thanks to the work of the League of Women Voters and our coalition partners, no eligible voter in Wisconsin was disenfranchised by the state's state’s voter photo ID, which remains blocked by a federal court injunction to this day.
One of the more unfortunate results of modern communications strategies and technology is the ability of elected officials, and candidates for elected officer, to avoid answering questions.
The failure of so many Wisconsin citizens to obtain a state-issued ID, despite how valuable such an ID is for transacting business in the state, is testimony to how difficult and expensive it is fo
We almost lost it — our right to our own public records and participation in public meetings.