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The League engaged with the Summit for Democracy, hosted by the State Department, to discuss key issues including election integrity, climate, racial justice,LGBTQIA+ issues, and gender.
The League signed onto a letter to US House leadership urging them to oppose the ADA Compliance for Customer Entry to Stores and Services (ACCESS) Act.
The League sent a letter to the US Senate urging them to pass the Youth Voting Rights Act as a measure to support eligible young voters’ access to the ballot.
The League signed onto a letter urging US Congress to take action to improve health care affordability and address health inequities impacting women and families.
LWVUS sent a letter to members of the US Senate asking them to vote yes on S4132, legislation that would codify a woman's right to reproductive choice, including access to abortion services.
The US House Administration committee’s subcommittee on Elections held a hearing on Thursday March 17 about Voting in America: “Ensuring Free and Fair Access to the Ballot in Texas.
The League sent a letter to the White House outlining the issues that we hope President Biden will touch on during the State of the Union.
League calls on Congress to remain focused on the fight against racial discrimination in voting (Legal Document)
The League joined LCCHR and over 50 groups on a letter to Majority Leader Schumer which urged him to remain focused on the core issue of racial discrimination in voting.
The League joined over 80 major organizations calling on the Biden Administration to involve civil society organizations in the Summit for Democracy’s Year of Action and 2022 in-person Summit.
LWVUS urges all House Representatives to vote for the legislation HR 5746, the Freedom to Vote: John R. Lewis Act, and move it to the Senate for immediate consideration and debate.