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Event Date: 
Feb 2 2019 - 10:00am
Event location: 

Unitarian Society

Learn about advocacy for local issues and how the League will transform in the 21st century from LWVC President Helen Hutchinson and LWVC Executive Director Melissa Breach.  The workshop will be from 10 a.m.

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The new public charge proposal hurts current and potential immigrants by expanding on the grounds to prevent them from obtaining legal status.

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The members of the League of Women Voters of Palo Alto  are asked to sign a petition in support of Palo Alto's affordable housing measures.

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Click on Read More to see our list of current elected officials at each level of government to contact your representatives about these and other issues.

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Structure of the City of Wheaton government.

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The spectrum of healthcare delivery includes six levels of care: preventive, primary, secondary or acute care, tertiary or special care, restorative, and continuing care. Ideally, all these levels of care would be available within our community, eliminating the extra expense and inconvenience to people involved in going outside the area for health care.

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The League of Women Voters supports public transportation.

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The League of Women Voters supports adequate funding for necessary programs and services, recognizing local citizen responsibility for funding programs and services.

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The LWV/BF supports bi-county cooperation in providing services and in planning for new facilities and programs.

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