In this highly charged, partisan atmosphere, should the League be involved in issues? This question generally arises in the context of the League as a nonpartisan organization. It is interesting that we are getting these questions as we celebrate 90 years of nonpartisan issue advocacy. Why? Because whether it is voter protection or social policy issues, the League speaks from positions arrived at long before the political discourse became so highly charged and negative. Here's a great thought from our discussion of this question at a training in Madison: Can the League help it if one of the major political parties finally came around to our way of thinking on health care?