Tak Migration to Moscow to find work, as drawn by illustrator Tim Brown.
Public Events

Global Immigration Panel at October 15 League Public Meeting

“Global Immigration Panel Discussion” Tuesday, October 15 at 6:00 p.m. North Suburban Library,6340 North Second Street, Loves Park. This program is free of charge • Refreshments will be served • Please bring a guest!

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This Week with the League

This Week with the League October 7-13 2019

Hope you are enjoying our Fall and awaiting the ghosts and goblins that will be visiting at the end of the month. If you want to connect with your inner child, be sure to visit an Apple Orchard or Pumpkin Farm. Take a child or children with you for added fun. League Events: Membership Committee […]

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FEC in Distress without Quorum
National News

FEC Lacks Quorum, Shutting Down.

How will the Federal Election Commission stop Election Interference Without Board Meetings? Direct Link to National Public Radio article with transcript. Direct Link to National Public Radio article with transcript.

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Gerrymandering the U.S. Map
Opinions & Editorials

Redistricting Needed to End Gerrymandering

The Supreme Court vacated an earlier decision by the federal district court that the partisan gerrymandering in the new map was unconstitutional. In a 5-4 decision, the court rejected a suit by the League of Women Voters of North Carolina, Rucho v. LWVNC, designed to stop gerrymandering along partisan lines in North Carolina.

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