Our members want to be more active in public policy advocacy! To accomplish this goal, the Oklahoma League’s “Program for Action Book,” a basis for all action and advocacy, must be brought up to date. Join us at a December Unit Meeting as we continue the series “Renewing our Commitment to Action.” And, please save the date for our Consensus …
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled that a Tulsa County voter has legal standing to challenge the state’s Voter ID law. See the Tulsa League’s response to the recent ruling here.
We have announced our positions on the three City of Tulsa Propositions on the Nov. 12 ballot. In short, we oppose Proposition 1 and support Propositions 2 and 3. Read the League’s positions here.
Tulsa League members were at the Rally to Expand Medicaid at the Capitol.
The League of Women Voters is strictly non-partisan on candidates and political parties, but we do take positions on public policy issues. We oppose State Question 759 which would end state affirmative action programs and we support SQ 762 which would remove the governor from the parole process. Read why.