February, 2013, LWVMZC Newsletter Articles
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Our League NewsOur Calendar for Feb−Jun 2013
The next few months of our planned activities.
Welcome to the new year. Even though the ground hog didn’t see his shadow on Feb 2, we hope that he was wrong. We definitely need more snow to make the valley and farm fields healthy and productive this coming spring and summer. Climate change is effecting all of us whether we work with the land directly or...So, What Does Program Planning Mean Anyway?
The focus of League’s work revolves around the member−studied, member approved public policy statements about the issues that are important to our community. Every new year we review and...Fracking Committee Report Status
Our local LWVMZC Fracking Study Committee consensus report is pending approval by our local board. When approved the consensus results will be distributed to our members and sent on to the LWVCO Fracking Study Committee.League Membership Renewal
The Montezuma League is now 25 members strong! We have 3 new members — Julie Bulger and Sharon and Karl Hansen. Please welcome them when you see them about town. Thanks to all of the renewing members.
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Our Board for 2013 with contact information.
State and NationalLWVCO Legislative Letter
The LWVCO Legislative Letter is made possible by the hard work of our dedicated Legislative Action Committee volunteers, along with Chris Watson, our staff lobbyist, the LWVCO office, and the support of all of you who...LWVUS Legislative Priorities for 2013 (NEW)
The LWVUS Board established the following as Legislative Priorities for 2013: Money in Politics and the many facets of Election Reform.In addition, the following were included as a second tier...Call for Advocates to participate on Legislative Action Committee
Sally Augden, LWVCO Board Member and Chair of LWVCO Legislative Action Committee emphasizes the need for Montezuma participation on the Committee. We can participate via phone for many meetings. One doesn’t need to be in Denver. You can advocate from home with the Colorado Internet access!
SEND A Message; a listing of national and state politicians on the Colorado League Website.