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Audubon
Long-Awaited House Report Provides Blueprint for Congress on Climate Change
 
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WASHINGTON (June 30, 2020) – After months of delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the House Sel ...    click to story link   
 

LWV
LWVUS Joins Case to Advance the Equal Rights Amendment
 
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WASHINGTON – Late Tuesday, the League of Women Voters of the United States filed a friend of the c ...    click to story link   
 

FiveThirtyEight
There Is No Evidence That Voting By Mail Gives One Party An Advantage
 
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If the coronavirus pandemic rages on, most Americans will probably vote by mail in November. But lik ...    click to story link   
 

The Hill
Red states advancing bills to curb mail-in voting
 
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GOP legislators in states across the country are advancing bills that would prevent elections offici ...    click to story link   
 

Brennan Center for Justice
To Protect Democracy, Expand Vote by Mail
 
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This year's primary elections, to-date, have served as both a high-stakes test of voting during the ...    click to story link   
 

Cleveland.com
U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion law, similar to Ohio’s, requiring doctors to have agreements with nearby hospitals
 
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WASHINGTON, D.C. - In the first abortion case it considered since confirmation of Justices Neil Gors ...    click to story link   
 

60 Minutes
How the coronavirus and politics could impact voting in the 2020 general election
 
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On Tuesday, voters will cast ballots in three state primary elections. So far this election year, vo ...    click to story link   
 

USA Today
No presidential winner on election night? Mail-in ballots could put outcome in doubt for weeks
 
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WASHINGTON – Kentucky won't have final results of last week's state primary until Tuesday. New Yor ...    click to story link   
 

New York Times
From 47 Primaries, 4 Warning Signs About the 2020 Vote
 
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WASHINGTON — Evelina Reese has been a poll worker for 40 years. And for the last six decades, she ...    click to story link   
 

Columbus Dispatch
Reminder: Vote-by-mail is safe, says Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose, countering Trump
 
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Ohio’s Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose continues to defend the integrity of voting by m ...    click to story link   
 

Smithsonian Magazine
Five Women Veterans Who Deserve to Have Army Bases Named After Them
 
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Should the U.S. military remove the names of Confederate generals from its Army bases in the South? ...    click to story link   
 

AP
Advocates, experts warn against polling place reductions
 
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LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (AP) — With only one polling place open on election day this week in Louisvil ...    click to story link   
 

LWV
LWV Incoming President
 
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Deborah Turner, MD, JD, serves as the 20th president of the League of Women Voters of the United Sta ...    click to story link   
 

Brookings
How to combat online voter supression
 
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Amid a 2018 civil-rights audit of the company, Facebook came under pressure to consider a novel set ...    click to story link   
 

LWV
LWV Celebrates the Advancement for D.C. Statehood
 
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WASHINGTON – The League of Women Voters CEO Virginia Kase issued the following statement following ...    click to story link   
 


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Audubon
Long-Awaited House Report Provides Blueprint for Congress on Climate Change
 
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WASHINGTON (June 30, 2020) – After months of delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis issued a sweeping report today outlining how Congress can addres ...    click to story link   
 

LWV
LWVUS Joins Case to Advance the Equal Rights Amendment
 
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WASHINGTON – Late Tuesday, the League of Women Voters of the United States filed a friend of the court brief in the federal lawsuit Commonwealth of VA, IL, and NV v. Ferriero, a case that supports r ...    click to story link   
 

FiveThirtyEight
There Is No Evidence That Voting By Mail Gives One Party An Advantage
 
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If the coronavirus pandemic rages on, most Americans will probably vote by mail in November. But like most political issues in the U.S., voting by mail is an increasingly partisan affair, with Democra ...    click to story link   
 

The Hill
Red states advancing bills to curb mail-in voting
 
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GOP legislators in states across the country are advancing bills that would prevent elections officials from sending out absentee ballot applications ahead of November's election, even in states where ...    click to story link   
 

Brennan Center for Justice
To Protect Democracy, Expand Vote by Mail
 
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This year's primary elections, to-date, have served as both a high-stakes test of voting during the coronavirus pandemic and a preview of challenges that Americans may face in November. The results we ...    click to story link   
 

Cleveland.com
U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion law, similar to Ohio’s, requiring doctors to have agreements with nearby hospitals
 
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WASHINGTON, D.C. - In the first abortion case it considered since confirmation of Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected a Louisiana law Monday that requires aborti ...    click to story link   
 

60 Minutes
How the coronavirus and politics could impact voting in the 2020 general election
 
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On Tuesday, voters will cast ballots in three state primary elections. So far this election year, voting during the pandemic has been an exercise in chaos, long lines and aggravation. With no end to t ...    click to story link   
 

USA Today
No presidential winner on election night? Mail-in ballots could put outcome in doubt for weeks
 
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WASHINGTON – Kentucky won't have final results of last week's state primary until Tuesday. New York could take twice as long. In Pennsylvania, the state's largest city, Philadelphia, was still tally ...    click to story link   
 

New York Times
From 47 Primaries, 4 Warning Signs About the 2020 Vote
 
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WASHINGTON — Evelina Reese has been a poll worker for 40 years. And for the last six decades, she says, she has never missed a chance to vote.

“We’re all dedicated citizens as far as voting goes,
...    click to story link   
 

Columbus Dispatch
Reminder: Vote-by-mail is safe, says Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose, countering Trump
 
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Ohio’s Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose continues to defend the integrity of voting by mail despite President Donald Trump’s attacks on the process.

On the eve of Ohio’s scheduled March
...    click to story link   
 

Smithsonian Magazine
Five Women Veterans Who Deserve to Have Army Bases Named After Them
 
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Should the U.S. military remove the names of Confederate generals from its Army bases in the South? The longstanding debate was recently revived by demonstrations against police brutality—and just a ...    click to story link   
 

AP
Advocates, experts warn against polling place reductions
 
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LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (AP) — With only one polling place open on election day this week in Louisville, Kentucky, voting went relatively smoothly compared with other recent primaries held amid the glo ...    click to story link   
 

LWV
LWV Incoming President
 
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Deborah Turner, MD, JD, serves as the 20th president of the League of Women Voters of the United States (LWVUS) and chair of the Board of Trustees of the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF). ...    click to story link   
 

Brookings
How to combat online voter supression
 
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Amid a 2018 civil-rights audit of the company, Facebook came under pressure to consider a novel set of questions about its role in politics: What does voter suppression look like on social media? And, ...    click to story link   
 

LWV
LWV Celebrates the Advancement for D.C. Statehood
 
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WASHINGTON – The League of Women Voters CEO Virginia Kase issued the following statement following the U.S. House of Representatives passage of H.R. 51, the Washington DC Admission Act:

“Today the
...    click to story link   
 


Take Action
Essential weekly advocacy actions selected by our Advocacy Committee. -click to all actions


Take Action
Essential weekly advocacy actions selected by our Advocacy Committee. -click to all actions


News Blog - Be Informed
News stories selected by our Advocacy Committee to keep you informed.
-click to all stories


Audubon
Long-Awaited House Report Provides Blueprint for Congress on Climate Change
 
news picture
WASHINGTON (June 30, 2020) – After months of delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the House Sel ...    click to story link   
 

LWV
LWVUS Joins Case to Advance the Equal Rights Amendment
 
news picture
WASHINGTON – Late Tuesday, the League of Women Voters of the United States filed a friend of the c ...    click to story link   
 

FiveThirtyEight
There Is No Evidence That Voting By Mail Gives One Party An Advantage
 
news picture
If the coronavirus pandemic rages on, most Americans will probably vote by mail in November. But lik ...    click to story link   
 

The Hill
Red states advancing bills to curb mail-in voting
 
news picture
GOP legislators in states across the country are advancing bills that would prevent elections offici ...    click to story link   
 

Brennan Center for Justice
To Protect Democracy, Expand Vote by Mail
 
news picture
This year's primary elections, to-date, have served as both a high-stakes test of voting during the ...    click to story link   
 

Cleveland.com
U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion law, similar to Ohio’s, requiring doctors to have agreements with nearby hospitals
 
news picture
WASHINGTON, D.C. - In the first abortion case it considered since confirmation of Justices Neil Gors ...    click to story link   
 

60 Minutes
How the coronavirus and politics could impact voting in the 2020 general election
 
news picture
On Tuesday, voters will cast ballots in three state primary elections. So far this election year, vo ...    click to story link   
 

USA Today
No presidential winner on election night? Mail-in ballots could put outcome in doubt for weeks
 
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WASHINGTON – Kentucky won't have final results of last week's state primary until Tuesday. New Yor ...    click to story link   
 

New York Times
From 47 Primaries, 4 Warning Signs About the 2020 Vote
 
news picture
WASHINGTON — Evelina Reese has been a poll worker for 40 years. And for the last six decades, she ...    click to story link   
 

Columbus Dispatch
Reminder: Vote-by-mail is safe, says Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose, countering Trump
 
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Ohio’s Republican Secretary of State Frank LaRose continues to defend the integrity of voting by m ...    click to story link   
 

Smithsonian Magazine
Five Women Veterans Who Deserve to Have Army Bases Named After Them
 
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Should the U.S. military remove the names of Confederate generals from its Army bases in the South? ...    click to story link   
 

AP
Advocates, experts warn against polling place reductions
 
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LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (AP) — With only one polling place open on election day this week in Louisvil ...    click to story link   
 

LWV
LWV Incoming President
 
news picture
Deborah Turner, MD, JD, serves as the 20th president of the League of Women Voters of the United Sta ...    click to story link   
 

Brookings
How to combat online voter supression
 
news picture
Amid a 2018 civil-rights audit of the company, Facebook came under pressure to consider a novel set ...    click to story link   
 

LWV
LWV Celebrates the Advancement for D.C. Statehood
 
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WASHINGTON – The League of Women Voters CEO Virginia Kase issued the following statement following ...    click to story link   
 



  
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