ACLU of Utah wants you for its 2023 Community Legislative Action Team. League of Women Voters of Utah on Moore v. Harper. Poet Amie Schaeffer and Bailey Kreitzer on grief during the holidays.
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Lyla Mahmoud, Legislative & Policy Counsel, ACLU Utah.
- GET INVOLVED: ACLU of Utah Community Legislative Action Team. "The Community Legislative Action Team is how you can stay up to date, get involved, and make a difference in our state's legislative process. You can decide how much or how little you want to be involved; no prior legislative experience is needed." To join, click here.
Catherine Weller and Lisa Stamps of League of Women Voters of Utah. Both went to Washington, D.C., earlier this month as SCOTUS heard arguments in the case of Moore v. Harper.
- GET INVOLVED: League of Women Voters of Utah Legislative Action Committee. "Legislative advocacy is a cornerstone of the League of Women Voters. League advocacy is based on member study and agreement on selected issues and involves concerted efforts to achieve public policies consistent with League positions. League advocacy promotes or opposes specific pieces of legislation. We then use them to prioritize and track specific bills during the regular and interim sessions. Interested in becoming more involved? Active members of the League of Women Voters can participate in the Legislative Advocacy Corps. If you are interested, follow this link to get connected."
Poet Amie Schaeffer and Bailey Kreitzer on grief during the holidays.
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