Wyoming Draws National Attention to Immediate Problem of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP) On June 26, 2022, the League of Women Voters of the United States (LWVUS) National Convention delegates overwhelmingly voted to pass Resolution #2022-134 – Action and
Wyoming LWV members who were attending the LWV national convention in Denver on June 25th were devastated to hear that the Supreme Court overturned abortion rights guaranteed for over 50 years. . An abortion rights rally organized on the steps
It’s April 30-May 1, noon to noon. Members received a first call to convention Feb. 28.
It will be at the Holiday Inn Express. First call to conference was emailed to member Feb. 28.
LWVWY has released its 1st call to Conference. Contact State Board VP Susan Simpson at email@example.com if you don’t receive a registration form via email.
Guests are Cale Cale, Wyoming State Senator, and Jenn Lowe, Equality State Policy Center. It will be hybrid–in person and Zoom. Watch your email for more info.