League President Mary G. Wilson sent a letter to the House urging them to update campaign finance laws, with particular attention to disclosure requirements governing corporate and union spending.

February 18, 2010

TO:                  Members of the U.S. Senate

FROM:              Mary G. Wilson, President

RE:                  Updating Campaign Finance Laws for the 2010 Elections

The League sent a letter to the House of Representatives urging members to oppose legislation from Representatives Moran and Pomeroy which would overturn the EPA's scientific finding that global warming pollutants endanger public health and welfare.

The League sent a letter to the House of Representatives urging members to oppose legislation from Representatives Moran and Pomeroy which would overturn the EPA's scientific finding that global warming pollutants endanger public health and welfare.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Senators urging them to enact meaningful, comprehensive climate and clean energy legislation that will reinvigorate the economy and create millions of new jobs while reducing global warming.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Senators urging them to enact meaningful, comprehensive climate and clean energy legislation that will reinvigorate the economy and create millions of new jobs while reducing global warming.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Senators urging opposition to Senator Murkowski's amendment attacking the Clean Air Act.

The League and coalition partners sent a letter to Senators urging opposition to Senator Murkowski's amendment attacking the Clean Air Act.

January 15, 2009

TO:             Members of the U.S. House of Representatives

FROM:         Mary G. Wilson, President

RE:             Climate and Energy Policy

January 14, 2009

Dear Speaker Pelosi:

On behalf of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (LCCR) and undersigned individual organizations, we are writing to ask you to bring H.R. 157, the “District of Columbia House Voting Rights Act,” (“DC VRA”) to a vote as soon as possible.  Before Congress begins to consider an economic recovery package and many other proposals that so greatly affect our nation’s future, it should assure the citizens of Washington, DC and Utah that Congress is committed to giving them a fair and equal voice.

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