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The LWVUS Board approved a new position on Privatization at its June 2012 meeting.
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Kansas Legislature web site
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Serving the Citizens of Kansas
Welcome to the League of Women Voters of Kansas.
We are a non-partisan, grassroots, volunteer and political organization with eight local Leagues across the state. For 93 years, we have encouraged the informed and active participation of citizens in government and have influenced public policy through education and advocacy. As a non-partisan organization, the League of Women Voters welcome you to our web site.
Statement to the Kansas Commission on Civil Rights
--a .DOC document—Testimony given January 28, 2016, by Marge Ahrens, co-president of LWV-Kansas.
View Details of Voter News:
- "Judge: Kobach had no authority to encumber voting in Kansas," by Roxana Hegeman, The Associated Press. 1-16-2016
- "League of Women Voters keeps close eye on imcomplete voter registrations," by Celia Llopis-Jepsen, Topeka Capital-Journal. 12-29-2015
- "Abilene woman concerned about her right to vote," by Tim Horan, Salina Journal, 10-5-2015
- List of Sept. articles regarding Kansas Suspended Voters List wiping. (.docx file includes links to specific articles)
- "Super PACs allow billionaires extraordinary influence on candidates," a letter requesting action, from Elizabeth MacNamara,
President, League of Women Voters 9-9-2015
- "Kansas Judge Strikes Down Administrative Law as Unconstitutional" by Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law 9-5-2015
- "LWVK testimony produced for KS Secretary of State concerning proposed amendments to Kansas Administrative Regulations related to Kansas proof of citizenship requirements,"—printable DOC written by Marge Ahrens, LWVK co-president 9-2-2015
- "Kris Kobach says voter registrations without 'proof of citizenship' need to go," by Edward M. Eveld, The Kansas City Star, 8-30-2015
- Happy 95th Birthday to the 19th Amendment—8-18-2015, View the slide presentation
- "Koback seeks to purge 'suspense' voter list," by Peter Hancock, Lawrence Journal-World, 8-8-2015
- "Proposed rules gives voters 90-days to show proof of citizenship," by Bryan Lowry, Wichita Eagle, 8-7-2015
- "Notice of Hearing on Proposed Administrative Regulations," KS Secretary of State. Document includes link for making comment on this proposal. 7-25-2015
- Kansas Register, newsletter of Kris W. Kobach, Secretary of State, V. 34, N. 27. 7-2-3015
- "Life and Death," —article about the impact of failing to expand Medicaid in Kansas 7-1-2015
- “Disenfranchised" —a NYTimes series examining the ongoing effort to roll back the protections of the Voting Rights Act. 8-7-2015
- LWVK News Release: LWVK lauds U.S. Supreme Court's Voter Registration decision 7-1-2015
- LWVK News Release: Bill Creates Atmosphere of Fear for Voters 5-28-2015
- Letter from LWVK co-presidents to Kansas representatives voicing concerns about Kansas voter registration restrictions
- Letter you can share voicing concerns about Kansas budget deficit
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Kansas residents can ask questions about legislation, legislative procedure, state government. Calls are answered by experienced reference/research librarians at the State Library of Kansas and kept confidential. Lines are open weekdays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
In addition to calling the hotline, residents can text questions to
785-256-0733 (standard text message rates may apply), instant message at www.kslib.info/ask-a-librarian, or visit the State Library. The State Library is located in the north wing, on the third floor of the Kansas Capitol Building.
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What does the League do?
Who are our members?We are active, curious, socially conscious
and involved women and men in over 1,000 local Leagues in 50 states,
Washington D.C., Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
- We educate citizens about issues, legislation and candidates.
- We encourage individual participation in the political process.
- We inform through in-depth, objective study.
- We monitor local, state and national government bodies and activities.
- We register voters.
- We sponsor candidate debates and public issue forums.
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membership is open to all women and men of eligible voting age.
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