A non-partisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in all levels of government, especially at the local Minneapolis level.
The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board has launched its own comprehensive planning process. Parks for All, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board Comprehensive Plan, will be taking place through 2020 to set the priorities and policy direction for the next decade of Minneapolis Parks. Project Manager Carrie Christensen will tell us about the major issues…Read More →
In this month’s issue: Urban/rural struggle for a sustainable future, Annual meeting speaker Josie Johnson, President’s letter and reading recommendations on suffrage, Civic Buzz recap, Water Day a success, New Voter assignment editor needed New LWVMpls office and more… The May 2019 VoterRead More →
Civil rights leader, former acting director of the Minneapolis Urban League, University vice president and provost, and first Black Regent at the University of Minnesota will speak to members and friends at the upcoming Annual Meeting, June 11. Ms. Johnson has written a new memoir, Hope in the Struggle and will share her thoughts with us…Read More →
The MN Environmental Partnership (MEP) is organizing the third annual Water Action Day at Minnesota Legislature. LWVMN is a member of MEP along with Friends of the Mississippi River, Save the Boundary Waters, Audubon Society and many more groups. More than 700 people attended last year! During program planning, public discussions, and unit meetings it is…Read More →
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Since 9/11 federal prosecutors have applied anti-terrorism laws against 34 right-wing extremists compared to more than 500 international terrorism defendants.
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