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LA’s Winter Election has started! LWVLA: YES on A, Neutral on B

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Los Angeles, CA – The League of Women Voters Los Angeles (LWVLA) is pleased to announce its recommendations on the ballot measures facing City of Los Angeles voters on the March 5, 2013, municipal election ballot. Proposition A (0.5% Sales Tax Increase for Local Services): YES; Charter Amendment B (Pension Credit Program for Police Personnel Transferred to LAPD): NEUTRAL

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Los Angeles, CA – The League of Women Voters Los Angeles Education Fund (LWVLAEF) and Communities United for Smart Growth (CUSG) invites the public to an open and informative event on January 24, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.

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Los Angeles, CA – The League of Women Voters Los Angeles (LWVLA), in partnership with the Beverly Hills Bar Association, will host a forum to explore the pros and cons of California's initiative and referendum process.

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November 20, 2012 —Los Angeles, CA —The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles Education Fund (LWVLA Ed Fund), the Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters, and KABC are hosting a Los Angeles Mayoral Candidate Forum.

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October 3, 2012 —Los Angeles, CA —The League of Women Voters Los Angeles Education Fund (LWVLA Education Fund) and AARP, Los Angeles Aging Advocacy Coalition, American Association of University Women, and ONEgeneration present the 30th Congressional District candidates forum. "We're so pleased that U.S. House of Representative members Howard Berman and Brad Sherman have agreed to participate," stated Los Angeles League president David Holtzman.

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The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles announces its support for the City of Los Angeles City Council adoption of a resolution for seeking legislative action to reverse the U. S. Supreme Court’s unfortunate decision in Citizens United vs. the Federal Election Commission.

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Coordinated by 350.org, Moving Planet calls for an increased awareness of climate change and the need to move beyond fossil fuels. These actions are taking place in countries around the world as well as in cities throughout the United States.

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LWVLA honors Cedars-Sinai Health System, the Los Angeles Times, and Elise Buik, President and CEO, United Way of Greater Los Angeles. Susan F. Rice will receive the Founders’ Award.

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