League of Women Voters of Nebraska
The winter 2023 issue of the Nebraska Voter features several stories about how members can be engaged this legislative session, including participation in our annual Legislative Day on Tuesday, Feb. 14. The issue includes links to register for Legislative Day, including a virtual training session on Feb. 11, as well as action alerts throughout the session.
You can also read about the legislation that our six action teams will be following in 2023 as well as changes adopted by the Legislature’s Rules Committee on Jan. 12. Reports by the directors of government, natural resources and energy, and social policy provide additional information on their work this legislative session.
This issue of the Voter includes a call for nominations for members to serve as officers and directors on our state board for the 2023-2025 term and stories on the LWV of Lincoln-Lancaster County’s Feb. 2 program on fighting misinformation, a member spotlight on Seward County LWV president Emily Hemphill, recent state board actions to adopt a land acknowledgement policy and update its bylaws and general policy, a thank you to our 2022 donors, and a treasurer’s report.
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