Making Democracy Work

Past

Date & Time        Place        Description
Saturday, January 17, 2015
9am-1pm
LaGrange Public Library
Cossitt & LaGrange Road, LaGrange
LWVLGA Charter School Consensus Meeting. A large group of LWVLGA members met to discuss the information supplied by LWVIL as well as the summary presented by Kathi Graffam and Cynthia Schilsky. We will meet to review the questions posed by LWVIL and reach consensus so that we can submit to LWVIL by the deadline.
Thursday, January 22, 2015
7pm - 9pm
LaGrange Public Library
Cossitt & LaGrange Road, LaGrange
LWVLGA Review of 2014 Supreme Court Decisions. Jim Wimmer will discuss 3 cases from the 2014 term of the Supreme Court.
- Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores (the rights of employers, employees, and birth control)
- McCutcheon v. the FEC (campaign finance limits)
- Hall v. Florida (the death penalty and the mentally challenged)
Thursday, March 12, 2015
7PM
LaGrange Public Library, Cossitt & LaGrange Road, LaGrange LWVLGA MEETING: FRANCES WILLARD & THE SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT. Mark your calendars for this renowned program. March 12, 7pm at the LaGrange Library. Start inviting your friends to attend this program with you.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
7:15PM
LaGrange Public Library, Cossitt & LaGrange Road, LaGrange LWVLGA MEETING: LAGRANGE COMMUNITY NURSE ASSOCIATION. Since the 1920s our community has relied on its health services, and when did we not take our used clothing and furniture to the Carousel Shop for resale? But in the last two years Community Nurse has grown and reinvented itself right under our noses on Calendar Avenue. Find out about the changes!

CEO Angela Curran will help us all understand how Community Nurse has expanded to meet area health care needs reaching more and more of our residents. Please plan to join us!

Thursday, September 24, 2015
7:00pm
LaGrange Public Library
Direness Community Room B
10 W. Cossitt Ave., LaGrange
September Meeting - What Makes a Good Amendment?. Please join us as four of your fellow Leaguers guide us through the thorny questions to be considered when assessing proposed amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The presentation will prepare you to discuss the consensus questions our League will tackle in November.

Don't know much about the League's consensus process? This is a great time to learn about the thoughtful procedure the League uses to decide which positions to support, a process that sets the League apart from many other organizations.