The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
Proposal 2 Passed!!
...now what happens???
Proposal 2 is a constitutional amendment to put key voting rights directly in the Michigan Constitution. It will enhance the fairness and integrity of our elections and protect the ability of every eligible Michigan voter to be heard.
Watch this space for future LWVLA educational events regarding the implementation of this constitutional amendment.
LWVLA Activities and Events
Where possible events will be recorded, and the video links provided for those that cannot attend.
The LWVLA Environmental Advocacy Group and the Meridian Township Environmental Commission co-hosted The How and Why of Green Burials on January 24th. About 40 people attended in person at Haslett High School, with many more participating by Zoom.
The presentation, recorded by HOMTV, can be found at https://youtu.be/CtfO3l97JeM -the Meridian Township
LWVLA Calendar Summary
Monday, June 5th
LWVLA Board Meeting
All members are welcome to attend, for more information contact Donna Mullins
Friday, June 9th
LWVLA Luncheon Meeting
11:45am - 1:30pm
Hidden in Plain View:Why Women's Clubs Mattered and Still Do
A presentation by Dr. Sharon Carlson. It will be a stimulating discussion about the role of Women’s Clubs in our society. Registration is recommended.
Tuesday, June 13th
LWVLA Book Club
We will be reading Jeanette Winterson’s 12 Bytes: How We Got Here, Where We Might Go Next. It’s about Artificial Intelligence but presented in a way that non-techie people will find accessible. Contact Donna Mullins for the Zoom link