Social Policy

Social Policy

From its inception, the League has worked for equal rights and social reforms. Read about LWVUS' Social Policy positions in the League of Women Voters' 2016-2018 edition of the Impact on Issues.

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Event Date: 
Jun 7 2019 (All day)

June 7, is the fifth annual National Gun Violence Awareness Day to honor and remember all victims and survivors of gun violence in communities across the U.S.  The local Mayors and City Councils in Carlsbad and Oceanside have expressed their suppo

South Bay Housing Forum
News

One of the most heated issues facing California today is housing.

Healthcare

Action Alerts

Medicaid Expansion is on the chopping block as the legislature’s Joint Finance Committee begins meeting in executive session on the Governor’s proposed biennial budget.

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Press Mention

Did you catch our editorial in the New York Times concerning charter schools?

Students in School Classroom with Hands up.

Action Alerts

All Texas children deserve to receive a high-quality education.

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Action Alerts

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.

Position

The Central Kane County League supports the sustained allocation of state funds for public higher education.

Position

The League supports a fully funded comprehensive and coordinated system of treatment, supports, and services for people with mental and behavioral health challenges and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities throughout Kane County.

Position

The League supports governmental and community efforts to ensure affordable, safe, and decent housing for the citizens of our towns.
Lorena Housing
Press Release

 

League of Women Voters of Los Angeles is amicus curiae in support of Housing Project

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