The League of Women Voters United States (LWVUS) and the League of Women Voters of Oregon (LWVOR) filed an Amicus Brief in the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in the case of Juliana et al v. United States. The Leagues continue to support the 21 young people from across the United States who have filed a landmark constitutional climate change lawsuit against the federal government, via the Eugene, Oregon- based organization, Our Children's Trust. The brief asks the Circuit Court to deny the petition of the defendants which seeks to dismiss the case.

The League has joined with 132 organizations to state our opposition to the Trump Administration's plan for expansion of offshore drilling—which brings unacceptable risks to our oceans, coastal residents, communities, existing economies, and our climate.
The League urged Senators and Representatives to oppose H.R. 806 the "Ozone Standards Implementation Act."
The League expressed deep concern over the EPA's recently noticed process for evaluating existing regulations that can be "repealed, replaced, or modified.”

The League joined a letter recommending Senators oppose H.J Res. 36 and S.J. Res 11.

The League joined constitutional rights and public interest groups in opposing calls for an Article V Constitutional Convention.

LWVUS and LWV Lake Michigan joined a letter sent to the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Committee on Appropriations in support of funding for Great Lakes restoration priorities. 

The League joined letters to the U.S. Senate in opposition to the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act of 2017 and the Midnight Rules Relief Act.

LWVUS joined LWVMD and 40 other national and local organizations supporting rescission of a resolution that calls for an Article V Constitutional Convention.

The League joined a letter to members of Congress opposing efforts to overturn the Bureau of Land Managment's Methane and Natural Gas Waste Rule.

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