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The lawsuit contends that because the Legislature unconstitutionally convened the December 2018 “extraordinary session,” all business conducted during the “extraordinary session” is void and unenforceable.
What will keep our nation secure is not a wall, but a comprehensive immigration plan executed through a fully funded government.
The first bill introduced by the 116th Congress will make our election system more free, fair, and accessible to all eligible Americans.  
Today the U.S. Supreme Court announced it will hear arguments in a challenge to North Carolina’s 2016 congressional redistricting plan, which is one of the most egregious partisan gerrymanders in American history. The case has the potential to reshape future redistricting nationwide by limiting politicians’ ability to suppress the voices of voters in how they draw electoral districts.
League UN Observers for Climate Working with Paris Agreement Parties at International Conference KATOWICE, POLAND - The League of Women Voters of the United States believes…
Chapel Hill, NC – The League of Women Voters of North Carolina is committed to fair elections and strongly supports the Board of Elections’ decision to delay certification of the results of the 9th Congressional District election until a thorough investigation has been conducted. The integrity of our election process must be ensured, and those responsible for undermining our democracy should be held accountable.
Voters Must Have the Opportunity to Cure Mail-in Ballots PHOENIX – Friday the League of Women Voters of Arizona along with LULAC and Arizona Advocacy Network Foundation was…
The League celebrates 2018 midterms voting rights victories in Florida, Maryland, and Michigan. When it came to issues of elections, voters overwhelmingly selected to expand voting rights.
Expected Historic Voter Turnout in Record-Setting Midterm  Washington, DC – On Tuesday, Americans elected more female candidates to office than ever before. Across the…
Today a three-judge panel ruled that four Wake County House Districts violated the North Carolina Constitution and ordered the district maps redrawn in the next legislative session.