Wine, Cheese, & State Program Planning on Sunday, March 3 from 3 pm to 5 pm

Please join us for a chance to help determine what actions the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts prioritizes in the next year–and spend time with other League members over some wine and cheese!  We’re meeting on Sunday, March 3, from 3 pm to 5 pm at Bonnie Carter’s house, 177 Homer Street in Newton Centre.  All members are welcome.

Webinar: Climate Reports of 2018 with Professor Michael Oppenheimer

The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts is proud to announce a webinar with Professor Michael Oppenheimer on February 6th, 4:00PM EST. Event details below!

To register for the webinar click here.You’ll receive an email from Zoom with registration information after you register.

To view and download a flyer, click here. 

Lobby Day for Single-Payer Bills on Wednesday at 11 am

Join MassCare at the Grand Staircase of the State House at 11AM for a mini-rally to kick things off. Senator Eldridge, lead sponsor of the Senate bill, and other community leaders will speak about the importance of this legislation. 

After we rally, we’ll break into small groups to visit our legislators and ask them to sponsor the bills. 

Don’t worry if you’ve never lobbied before – we’ll send you with experienced activists who will show you the ropes. We’re also providing everyone with packets to hand over to your legislators, which will include a fact sheet on the bill, media about the ballot question win, and where to find more resources on single payer. 

See you at 11AM on January 23rd!

Webinar: Climate Reports of 2018 with Professor Michael Oppenheimer

The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts is proud to announce a webinar with Professor Michael Oppenheimer on February 6th, 4:00PM EST. Event details below!

To register for the webinar click here.You’ll receive an email from Zoom with registration information after you register.

To view and download a flyer, click here. 

Consensus Meeting Success!

Many thanks to all who showed up today to share their opinions on the state ballot process. We not only reached consensus on most of the questions, but we did it in less time that we thought–an all-around success!

A huge ‘thank you’ to LWVN members Pat Acton, Ellen Grody, Linda Morrison, and Theresa Fitzpatrick for all their work leading up to today’s discussion and help in running a very fun and efficient meeting.

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