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The League of Women Voters takes action on an issue or advocates for a cause when there is an existing League position that supports the issue or speaks to the cause. 

Positions result from a process of study. Any given study, whether it be National, State, or Local, is thorough in its pursuit of facts and details. As the study progresses, a continuing discussion of pros and cons of each situation occurs. Prior to the results of the study being presented to the general membership, study committee members fashion consensus questions that are then addressed by the membership.

Additional discussion, pro and con, takes place as members (not part of the study committee) learn the scope of the study. After the members reach consensus, the board forms positions based on that consensus. 

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It is the consensus statement -- the statement resulting from the consensus questions -- that becomes a position. Firm action or advocacy can then be taken on the particular issue addressed by the position. Without a position, action/advocacy cannot be taken.

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Get involved in local transportation issues that affect your community. Here are some resources that you can use to inform, engage and empower!

Vote with the League ballot recommendations

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Sacramento, CA - This election, voters face long ballots and are being asked to weigh in on a wide variety of critical issues.  Whether you vote early, by mail, or on Election Day, we’ve made the decisions easier.

No on AB84, campaign finance, dark money, california

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Act now and urge your state senator to vote NO on AB 84.

SB100, auqa mechanical, California, climate change, advocacy, LWVC

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Tell your Assembly Member to vote YES on SB 100 - the California Renewable Portfolio Standard Program. The climate crisis is endangering all aspects of our daily lives. We must act now to move away from fossil fuels and preserve a healthy and sustainable environment for ourselves and future generations. Fossil fuels account for 75 to 80 percent of greenhouse gas emissions--but you can help change that.


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Clean energy got a big boost with the passage of SB 100! California will continue to lead the country in climate change action -- and 100% of your electricity will be from zero carbon sources by 2045.

immigration, census, comment, League of Women Voters, LVW, advocacy grassroots

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YOUR COMMENT NEEDED! Including a citizenship question on the Census undermines the participation of eligible persons and threatens the overall Census process that is vital to our democracy.

Take Action No on Ryan Compromise, immigration, Advocacy

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This week the U.S. House will vote on immigration legislation that is not in our national interest.

Take Action, Immigration, Keep Families together, advocacy, congress

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It’s time for Congress to stand up for young immigrants and unify families-not hold them hostage. Stop HR 4760

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LWVUS sent a letter to U.S. Senate offices encouraging Senators to cosponsor and pass S. 1989 the Honest Ads Act.

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Mayor Eric Garcetti wants everyone to write to your State Senator, Assembly Member and Governor Brown in support of AB 317l. This bill was rolled out by 11 mayors of California cities, including Los Angeles. The bill will address the homeless crisis by asking Gov. Brown to commit $1.5 billion of the $6 billion state surplus to cities to use to help solve homelessness in their area.