In a surprise move, the House leadership has scheduled a vote this Wednesday, June 22, on legislation to abolish the Election Assistance Commission.
The US League of Women Voters wants you to take a deep breath . . . of clean air!
The Tulsa League continues to look at proposals to change our city charter. Plan to attend a town hall meeting being held by city councilors to talk about the city manager form of government.
The future of our city and our state depend on having enough clean (pollutant-free) water for all our needs. The League of Women Voters has a long history of supporting clean water and has taken positions at the national and state levels. However, it is time to expand and update the state position.
Oklahoma’s Voter ID law will take effect July 1, and the League is committed to ensuring no one is intimidated or deterred by this new law.