The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. League membership is open to women and men.
Join our Lunch Bunch social gathering on Wednesday, March 18 at Hoong's Palace Chinese Restaurant and get your fortune in a cookie! Details.
League of Women Voters of Colorado Legislative Letter
Want to know the latest from the Colorado General Assembly? Subscribe to the League of Women Voters of Colorado's 2015 Legislative Letter by email or regular mail delivery. Get timely news about State League's legislative advocacy in their biweekly newsletter about the bills that are being followed by League. Information includes the Legislative Action Committee's research on the provisions and effects of each bill, evaluations based on League positions, and progress updates throughout the legislative process. The cost is $20. To subscribe or read previous letters, visit the State League's web site.
The League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties Discussion Group's Great Decisions Series, an eight week discussion program that explores topics of international interest and current affairs from the Foreign Policy Association, will be presented February 6 - March 27. Program details.
March General Membership Meeting
Do you know if you live in a special district? Do you know how to find out if you do? And, if you do
live in and pay property taxes to a special district, here are more questions: Do you know who's in charge? Do you know how they set their tax rates? And do you vote in the special district elections to have a voice in the decisions made?
The League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties will have a combined membership meeting on Tuesday evening, March 24 featuring Special Districts as the topic. Guest speaker Ann Terry, Executive Director for the Special District Association of Colorado, will explain how special districts operate, who's in charge, their administrative functions, and the features that set them apart from local government. More.
League of Women Voters
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HIghlands Ranch, CO 80129
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