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In this election so much is at stake. Here in Georgia, as in so many states, every statewide office is on the ballot and for the first time in over a decade, the race for Governor is up for grabs.
The League commends the EPA for taking the necessary steps to cut carbon pollution and fight climate change, while also urging the agency to establish even stronger carbon rules to protect our planet.
Like the Florida League, Leagues across the country are seeking solutions to the issue of redistricting and gerrymandered Congressional districts.
Challenging a law on its face is always a very difficult thing to do. But as we have seen over the years since voter ID laws have been applied, these laws discriminate.
Every time I remember that this is National Volunteer Week, I break into a smile. I am lucky to come to work every day to support women & men around the country who are dedicating their free time to helping voters participate in our democracy.
Beginning next week, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will hold 11 listening sessions across the country to get community input on carbon pollution from existing power plants.
Therese Hansen is a member of the LWV of Seattle-King County
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