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The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

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Save the Dates

April 13, League Board meeting at the home of Linda Gottlieb
April 16, Lunch with the League
June 5-7 LWVIL Convention

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  • Meet the League: Stephanie Drahan April 24, 2015
    Tags: #LWVat95, VOTE411Without all eligible citizens registering and turning out to vote, our government is democratic in name only. Therefore, I am proud to commit my work to helping Americans of all stripes register and be heard in order to influence our political process. Protecting and Engaging Voters Educating and Engaging Voters Registering Voters Educ […]
  • Put the Market to Work to Fight Climate Change April 23, 2015
    Tags: earth day, guest blog, carbon tax, carbon pollution, carbon emissions, carbon, price on carbon, clean power plan, cap and trade, priceoncarbon.orgBy putting a price on carbon emissions, we can put our powerful market to work to fight the biggest contributor to climate change. Essentially, putting a price on carbon encourages those emitting carbon to re […]

Fact of the Month – April 2015

In 1857 Daniel Reed Anthony bought his sister a plot of land along the Kickapoo River in Kansas Territory. How different history would be if Susan B. Anthony had decided to settle there.


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