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The League reached out to welcome Director Santos who was confirmed to the Census Bureau earlier this year. Census work is incredibly important to our democracy.
The SEC requested public comments on a proposed amendment to the Securities Act of 1933 and Securities Exchange Act 1934 . The League supports the proposed amendment.
Carbon emissions are causing widespread and potentially irreversible damage to the environment — and also have a significant impact on the economy. While some people rationalize our failure to…
LWVUS and LWVUT Support the Preservation of Utah’s Red Cliffs National Conservation Area and Reserve (Legal Document)
LWVUS and LWV Utah urge Sec. Haaland to reverse the previous administration’s decision allowing the Northern Corridor highway in Utah’s Red Cliffs National Conservation Area and Reserve.
LWVUS urged Senators to prioritize invest in renewable energy, implement a plan to put a price on carbon, and address the long-term impacts climate change has on public health
We are still awaiting meaningful action on climate in Congress, and remain hopeful that members of Congress will see that climate change doesn’t exist in a silo — it is inextricably connected to many…
In the US, most people take for granted that ample food and clean water are, and will be, available for consumption. Yet climate change has already impacted food and water resources here and around…
LWVUS joins partners asking OMB to revise standards for federal data on race and ethnicity (Legal Document)
LWVUS joined partners on a letter asking the Acting Director of the Office of Management and Budget to move forward with revising the standards for federal data on race and ethnicity.
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.
Although the largest impacts to limit climate change will come from countries and corporations, individuals can make a difference as well, especially by applying pressure and sharing their thoughts…