JUST DISGUSTING. We will never give up.

Legislation to create redistricting standards in Indiana law looks unlikely to pass this session. House Elections Committee Chair Milo Smith said Wednesday he won’t give the bill a hearing.

We had a great conversation tonight with Greencastle Police Chief Sutherlin and Greencastle Fire Chief Burgess! Our next Community Conversation will be March 13th at 6:30 pm at City Hall and our speaker will be Mayor Bill Dory.

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It's time for our leaders to choose a side. Will they stand for those that are working hard, paying taxes & contributing to our society on their path to American citizenship? Or will they tolerate racism & bigotry?
Tell Congress to pass the Dream Act now 👉

Rooted in the movement that secured the right to vote for women, the League of Women Voters is a non-partisan political organization that encourages informed and active participation in government by working to educate voters and to increase understanding of major public policy issues, including pro...

Have a question/concern and want to speak to our police or fire chief? Come join us this Tuesday!

Tue 6:30 PM ESTGreencastle City Hall
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Attend a hearing of the House Elections Committee to show your support for Redistricting Reform. The House will be hearing Senate Bill 326 discussing how the maps should be drawn. We are hopeful the bill will be passed. We believe this step needs to be done in conjunction with establishing an indepe...
The fourth Community Conversation has been set for Tuesday, Feb. 20 from 6:30-8 p.m. at Greencastle City Hall and will feature Greencastle Police Chief Tom Sutherlin and Greencastle Fire Chief John Burgess. Chief Sutherlin began working for the Greencastle Police Department in 1990 when he was 21 ye...

More than encouraging news from SCOTUS

All 18 of the state's congressional districts will have to be redrawn by Feb. 15 in order to comply with a state Supreme Court order that ruled the districts were drawn in an overly partisan manner.

This event is an opportunity for the public to hear from and ask questions of our local government officials. Greencastle Police Chief, Tom Sutherlin and Greencastle Fire Chief John Burgess will are our featured guests and will talk about their roles in our community. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions!

Tue 6:30 PM ESTGreencastle City Hall
16 people interested

Come join us for our next Community Conversation!

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Patient Privacy. Having control over our own bodies. Access to safe, legal health care.....

State Senate Bill 340 has made it out of committee and is headed to the Indiana Senate Floor. This draconian bill would require Indiana women seeking an abortion to report extensive personal and private information to the state, including marital status, education level, and date of last menstrual period. It also would impose additional requirements on abortion clinics requiring them t...o report any complications arising from an abortion to the state department of health and require women undergoing medication abortions to sign a form saying that they have been told of the manufacuturers' instructions regarding the use of that drug.

Please call your state senator at 317-232-9416 and tell them that if/when SB340 comes to the Indiana Senate floor to vote NO.

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February meeting times for local governmental boards
——- Please note: The date for the Commissioner Bd. of Finance meeting is JAN 29, 2018 not Feb. 29. ——
As always, double-check with the group as these do occasionally change from the times they tell us when we publish

We would also like to call your attention to the next Farm Bureau sponsored legislative update programs: Saturday Feb. 17 and March 17, held in the Farm Bureau Insurance building, 1001 North Jackson S...treet at 8 a.m.


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Senate bill 326 moves out of committee unanimously! Congratulations Leaguers and Common Cause.

Redistricting standards. Establishes redistricting standards for congressional and state legislative districts. Provides that the initial proposed plans for congressional and state legislative districts must comply with the redistricting standards...

Coming up this Wednesday...


We’ve set up this special day for you to make appointments with your State Representatives and talk to them about the issues most important to you in the upcoming legislative session. Even if you can’t set up an appointment, come and network with other Leaguers and State League Advocates. Pick u...

It’s time to address the real issues of election integrity: making sure all eligible Americans can vote and safeguarding elections for the 21st century.
Read our statement on the shut-down of the 'election integrity' commission:

Washington, DC – League of Women Voters president, Chris Carson issued the following statement in response to President Trump's Executive Order terminating his 'election integrity' commission.

Thanks to, in a great part, the League of Women Voters of Indiana.

President Donald Trump dissolved his much-touted voter fraud commission on Wednesday, attributing the step to various states' refusal to participate in the board, which was criticized as a misguided step to solve a practically non-existent problem.

January meeting times for local governmental boards. As always, double-check with the group as these do occasionally change from the times they tell us when we publish.

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