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This story originally aired on WANE's Living Local 15. The League of Women Voters speaks with Living Local 15 host Jessica Williams about the upcoming mid-term election and how to get out to vote.
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Plaintiffs sued in federal court to require Alabama to draw a second majority-Black Congressional district under Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act.
LWVUS sent a letter to Agriculture Secretary Vilsack and Interior Secretary Haaland to comment on oldgrowth trees and forests should be defined/managed to provide the greatest climate benefits
In February 2022, the North Carolina supreme court issued a historic ruling that partisan gerrymandering violates the North Carolina constitution and ordered new maps to be drawn. North Carolina…
Even if you live a thousand miles from the nearest coast, oceans —which make up nearly seventy percent of our blue planet — affect your life. As human carbon emissions warm our atmosphere, the ocean…
LWVUS Urges Congress to Support the National Climate Adaptation and Resilience Strategy Act (NCARS) (Legal Document)
The League signed onto a letter to select legislators urging them to support the National Climate Adaptation and Resilience Strategy Act (NCARS; S. 3531).
Our 2019-2022 People Powered Fair Maps™ (PPFM) report is undergoing some quick upgrades. It will be back and available for viewing shortly!
In September 2019, the League launched its national redistricting effort People Powered Fair Maps™ (PPFM). PPFM aimed to create greater transparency, fairness, and public participation in the…
NEW REPORT: LWV's 3-Year Redistricting Program Proves People Power Is the Path to Fair Maps (Press Release)
Today the League of Women Voters published their 2022 redistricting report for the organization’s program People Powered Fair Maps™. The report covering three years of work shows that when people are…