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LWVWP April 19 Forum: Voting Issues & Reform in NY

We Thought You’d Be Interested in this Important Program: The League of Women Voters of White Plains presents Voting Issues and Reform in New York A Forum Moderated by Sally Robinson LWVNY VIce President, Issues and Advocacy Panelists Tomas Lopez, Brennan Center for Justice Jennifer Wilson, LWVNY Director of Program and Policy New York...
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Buy Tickets Now to April 21 LWV Luncheon with NY State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins

Buy Tickets Now to April 21 LWV Luncheon with NY State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins

TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE FOR THE 2017 ANNUAL LUNCHEON BY THE APRIL 19 DEADLINE The cost of the luncheon ticket is $60. There are no physical tickets; your name will be added to a list of attendees to be checked as you enter. BY CHECK RSVP immediately to jasilb at cloud9.net Bring check and...
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When You Register to Vote: Register With Donate for Life

When You Register to Vote: Register With Donate for Life

New York State voter registration forms now include a simple way to register to become an organ donor: Check it out. Click to view a Power Point presentation on the importance and ease of becoming a potential organ donor.
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Which President Said That?

Political Trivia Contest from the Sound Shore League of Women Voters Annual Luncheon on April 4, 2014 Compiled and Presented by Elisabeth N. Radow, LWV-LM President  Click Here for Answers 1.  “The only thing to fear is, fear itself.”  2.  ”Avoid popularity if you would have peace.” 3.  “Read my lips. No new taxes.” ...
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LWV-LM Op-Ed Supports Equal Pay

The following letter to the editor from LWV-LM President Elizabeth N. Radow was published in the Larchmont Loop, The Mamaroneck Review, The Larchmont-Mamaroneck Patch: League of Women Votes of Larchmont/Mamaroneck P.O. Box 811 Larchmont, NY 10538 For thousands of years women were considered inferior to and even men’s property. Women weren’t paid for their...
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The Road to Energy Conservation: Climate Smart Steps Which Begin at Home

by Elisabeth N. Radow, LWV-LM president from NYSBA Government, Law and Policy Journal, Summer 2013  Vol. 15, No. 1 Everything we do involves energy consumption. Every breath we take, every move we make. Under current conditions, nearly every daily activity involves the direct or indirect use of a fossil fuel, all of which contributes to global...
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League of Women Voters to Help Raise Funds for Hommocks Ice Rink Project

From the Larchmont-MamaroneckPatch: April 16, 2013 by Stefani Kim In the early stages of the environmental movement, it became fashionable to say you were working to improve your “carbon footprint,” a phrase that became synonymous with attempts to cut back on individual use of dwindling planetary resources, such as biking to work or installing...
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Conservation Tips for your Pocketbook and the Climate

As part of our 2013 Community Conservation Civics Initiative, the Larchmont-Mamaroneck League of Women Voters offers the following ideas for saving both energy and dollars. Calculate your carbon footprint: Get help at What’s My Carbon Footprint  Perform your own home energy audit: Get help at Energy Star and The Daily Green. Arrange for a professional energy audit, for example, at NYSERDA...
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LWV Gets Energy Tip: Rack & Line Dry Your Clothes

In response to an announcement of our 2013 Community Conservation Civics Initiative, the League of Women Voters of Larchmont-Mamaroneck received the following letter:   I would suggest that if you want people in Larchmont and Mamaroneck to cut their energy use then you get the LWV to set an example: cajole the members to...
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