Highlights

Come for a walking tour through Florence to see “She Shapes History,” a historical exhibit of the suffrage movement now on view in storefront windows on Main Street.

Six grassroots organizations will reflect on their work, how they might work together more effectively and how the greater community can get involved at the LWVA Racial Justice Task Force event Working Towards Racial Equity: A Round Table and Dialogue.

The Biomass Resolution proposed by LWVA was passed, in slightly revised form, by the Amherst Town Council on February 8, 2021.

LWVA's Sustainability and Climate Action Committee urges the Amherst Town Council to pass a resolution protesting the use of state subsidies for energy generation from woody biomass.

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Do you need to find the address of your polling place, or check your voter registration status? Did you request a mail-in ballot, but now plan to vote in-person instead? Please check out these links and tips.

LWVMA is partnering again this year with Lawyers for Civil Rights and the Safe Elections Network.

Local Leagues are telling the conference committee responsible for reconciling the Senate and House climate bills passed earlier this year that biomass energy must be removed from the list of “non-carbon emitting fuels.”

A beautifully done Special Section printed in the Daily Hampshire Gazette and the Greenfield Recorder on September 24th.

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