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The League sent a letter to the U.S. House urging them to pass immigration reform and ensure that a path to citizenship is available to all who remain legally in the United States.
The League sent a letter to the U.S. House on May 16, 2013 regarding immigration reform and citizenship in a Democracy.
The League sent a letter to the U.S. Senate on April 18, 2013 regarding immigration reform and citizenship in a Democracy.
WJLA Good Morning Washington: Registering to VOTE 2016 & getting to the polls with the League of Women Voters (News Clips)
WASHINGTON (ABC7) — The League of Women Voters was founded in 1920 as an outgrowth of the movement that secured women the
This article originally appeared in the New York Times.By Trip Gabriel COLUMBUS, Ohio — Of 435 House races in November, only a few dozen were…
This article originally appeared in The News & Observer.By Anne Blythe
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LWVUS filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court that will determine the rights of minority voters in North Carolina. The brief urges the Court to hear the case which will review the Voting Rights
This background paper was produced as part of the League's two-year (2006-2008) study of Immigration aimed at helping communities understand the implications of immigration at the local, state,…
Brittany Sowacke/Staff Photographer Tamara Allen of Arlington times the debate between Deirdre McNab (right at the head table) and Elizabeth McNamara (left and on screen), who are running for pr