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View our recent press releases and statements to the public.

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Free the vote movement to restore voting rights

We are co-sponsoring ACA 6 because the fight for voting rights is not over!

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LWVC Convention Call to Register

Come meet passionate people from across the state who are making democracy work!

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Join our grassroots action network to advocate on the issues you care about in your community. Sign up to receive our Action Alerts today!

What are we working on?

Check out the legislation we are supporting or opposing in our Bill Status Report.

You can also read our Legislative Wrap Up summary on our 2018 advocacy work.

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Legislation Committee League of Women Voters of California

Our Legislation Committee is hard at work advocating on key issues in California

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Citizens Redistricting Commission, California, gerrymandering,

California is better when we all work together

Announcement
SB 126, charter schools
March 5, 2019

SB 126 Authored by Senator Connie Leyva, requires charter school governing boards to comply with the same laws that traditional schools follow.

Public Statement
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California State Asm. McCarty introduces ACA 6 that would create a 2020 ballot measure to restore the right to vote for Californians on parole

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Hundreds of thousands of Californians were helped through our partnerships with agencies and organizations. Thank you to our many amazing partners!

Press Mention
Prop 13 reform, school and communities first
November 12, 2018

Once thought of as a sacred cow, Proposition 13, the tax revolt measure passed in 1978, is now under attack. Schools and Communities First, a coalition of nearly 300 groups and leaders, has qualified an initiative for the Nov. 2020 ballot that would lift caps on property taxes for commercial and industrial properties.

Public Statement

Highlights of California’s Legislative Biennium: 2017-2018

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