Listen to this New Podcast to Learn More about the League

What Would Alice Paul Do? is a podcast that aims to “demystify what it means to be in League of Women Voters.” From the site:  We are volunteers with the League of Women Voters, a citizens’ organization that has fought since 1920 to improve our government and engage all citizens in the decisions that impact their […]

Give to Running & Winning

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On Wednesday, October 25, 2017, the League of Women Voters of Greater Omaha will host the sixth Running and Winning Workshop for high school girls so that they can experience the “real world” of politics. The League will be aided by University of Nebraska Omaha Service Learning Academy, College Possible and Partnership for Kids and is […]

Money in Political Research Project

LWVNE is undertaking a research project to locate data that can be used in taking action on money in politics in Nebraska.  For information on how to participate, email lwv-ne@inebraska.com. Project details LWVUS position on Money in Politics

LWVNE Signs VW Diesel Emissions Settlement Fund Letter

To read a letter to Governor Ricketts signed by LWVNE, among other organizations, advocating for using the $11.5 million Nebraska will receive from the VW diesel emissions settlement fund to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, click here. Rationale for signing from LWVNE Natural Resources Director Janece Mollhoff: It is not a commitment to a coalition, rather, it […]

Nebraska League Testimony for State Science Standards

The state League (League of Women Voters of Nebraska) testified in support of the new state science standards, and for the inclusion of “climate change” within them, to the Nebraska State Board of Education on Sept. 8. Read their testimony below, or click here. PUBLIC TESTIMONY REGARDING STATE SCIENCE STANDARDS IN EDUCATION CURRICULUM Thank you for […]

How Can You Get Ahead If You Can’t Break Even? Dine & Discuss September 2017

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Nebraska leads the nation in percentage of families with four jobs, living paycheck to paycheck. Julie Kalkowski of Creighton University’s Financial Hope Collaborative will talk about the Collaborative and its success in helping people trapped in debt, and how wiser choices in public policy can play a role. 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Monday, September 25, […]