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The League of Women Voters Legislative Action Corps is entering a very busy period of monitoring and reporting on the 2018 Utah Legislative Session. The League will contact members through the session to inform them of bills we support or oppose and encourage member participation by contacting their legislators.
The Legislative Action Corps also provides a valuable summary of bills in the session and the League support of that bill. Follow our link to the 2018 Legislative Session bills and resolutions.
If you want to participate in our Legislative Corps, even for one committee or one day, contact our co-directors, Vickie Samuelson or Nickie Nelson. Each Wednesday during the session, the League meets about 11:30 in the Seagull Room next to the Senate Cafeteria for a brown bag review of what is coming up in the session. Join us - it is fun and informative.
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The League of Women Voters of Utah has just published its 2017 Study on Utah's redistricting initiative. The League is working with Better Boundaries Utah on an initiative to establish an independent redistricting commission. Read about the League's position, the study, upcoming hearings around the state, and more on redistricting here.
Many league members have received the initiative training and are gathering signatures. If you are wanting to sign the initiative, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will connect you with one of our members.
The League of Women Voters of Utah has written a study on Ranked Choice Voting which will be used to gather consensus. To read the study click the link. If you would like to participate in the consensus discussions, contact your local league leaders for information on scheduled meetings.