By: Elisabeth MacNamara (04/04/2013)
EDITORIAL NOTE: This blog post was originally published on the The Huffington Post.
By: Cheryl Dunson (04/11/2013)
Cheryl Dunson, President of the League of Women Voters of Connecticut, shares how her League helped pass safer gun laws in its state legislature.
The KXL Pipeline jeopardizes the the water we drink, the air we breathe and the planet on which we live. Celebrate Earth Day 2013 and tell Secretary Kerry that the KXL Pipeline is All Risk, No Reward!
This past week, the League's 2013 Ruth S. Shur Leadership Institute held its training program for 28 exceptional League leaders selected tas national coaches for the Membership and Leadership Development (MLD) Program.
Early this month, a plethora of voter suppression bills – one of the broadest attacks on voting rights we’ve seen this year – were introduced by members of the North Carolina Legislature. If passed, the consequences of the restrictions on voting would be dire.
Now is the time for the U.S. to lead the world through the greatest environmental challenge of our generation. Join us as we celebrate Earth Day and urge President Obama to protect our country and our planet and reject the Keystone XL pipeline.
In just over two weeks, our anti-Keystone coalition, “All Risk, No Reward,” has garnered strong media exposure in spreading its message on the devastating effects of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Now that it is National Volunteer Week, I can’t help but look back at all the amazing things our League volunteers have done. I love hearing the success stories and feeling empowered by being just a small part of this great organization.
By: Linda Duckworth (04/26/2013)
As the President of the League of Women Voters of Nebraska (LWVNE) I’ve done a lot of work to share information and educate Nebraska citizens about the effects that the Keystone XL pipeline would have on our communities.