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On May 29, 2020 the League of Women Voters of the United States issued the following statement.

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The realities of plastic recycling have finally hit home. Learn what this means to us locally at the Santa Cruz recycling facility and see what happens to our waste first-hand.

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Deepening economic inequality and its consequences throughout society was the focus of a talk by UC Santa Cruz Professor Heather Bullock on February 9, 2019 at the Resource Center for Nonviolence.

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Becoming educated about child sex trafficking, learning to recognize it, and taking action were the key points emphasized at the League’s October 2018 program, co-sponsored with the American Association of University Women.

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In June 2018 the County adopted Vision Santa Cruz County--A Strategic Plan. Many of the issues addressed by the County's Strategic Plan have been the subject of past meetings sponsored by our local League.

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The Schafer family has generously committed a $15,000 fund, where they will match all donations to support the Fellowship dollar for dollar, so please give generously towards Trudy’s legacy.

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California is the first state to extend redistricting deadlines due to the Census Bureau delay.