The League Of Women Voters of Larimer County, Colorado: The League of Women Voters of Larimer County joins national, state, and local organizations in calling on President Trump to end his administrative policy of systematic and cruel separation of families apprehended at the U.S. border. Tearing apart families does nothing to make us safer or … More Speak Out Now
Join us for a community conversation on Monday, May 21 from 12-1:30 at the Harmony Library. We invite you to discuss, “How Can We Help Make Democracy Work Better?” Our democracy appears to be in trouble with many sides polarized and vilifying each other, so what can one do to make a positive change? Rather … More Making Democracy Work…Better
Right! This was a question a man asked me at a recent League of Women Voters forum. Men (and young adults) are welcome! There are already many male members who contribute to making democracy work. Our chapter is for Larimer County and members are from several towns in Larimer County. Why not Change the name? … More Men can join the League of Women Voters, too. Right?
On Monday, April 9th, the Affordable Housing Team of the Larimer County League of Women Voters held a very timely and informative forum with a panel of experts answering the above question. If you were unable to attend, please read this front page, cover story from the Loveland Reporter-Herald to hear their answers. Thank you … More Is Home Ownership Still a Possibility?
Jane Hamburger wrote: Did you know there are seven (7) water districts in the Northern Colorado Front Range? They are: West Fort Collins East Larimer County Sunset Water District City of Fort Collins Utilities Water Fort Collins Loveland Water District Spring Canyon Water District North Weld County Water District. Each district has its own local … More How Can I Affect My Water District?
Larimer County – The Affordable Housing Team of the Larimer League of Women Voter has stepped forward to schedule a public meeting for Monday, April 9, 2018, from 7 to 9 p.m., at the Harmony Library, 4616 S. Shields Street in Fort Collins to discuss this problem. “Affordable Home Ownership? Over the past few years, … More Is Home Ownership Still a Possibility?
The League’s Events Planning Team Presents Oil and Gas Wells – featuring Jason Elkins, City of Longmont Engineer Please join us on March 19 at 11:30 in the Coloradoan Community Room, 1300 Riverside Avenue, Fort Collins. Learn what the City of Longmont is doing to protect the health and safety of its residents from the … More Oil and Gas Wells Presentation
The League’s Events Planning Team is presenting a Community Conversation on March 19 at 11:30, in the Coloradoan Community Room, 1300 Riverside Avenue, Fort Collins. Learn what the City of Longmont is doing to protect the health and safety of its residents from the impacts of oil and gas wells, and the associated pipelines. Jason … More Oil and Gas Wells – What We Don’t Know Can Harm Us
Medicare for All has been called socialized medicine. It is not. In socialized medicine doctors and hospitals work for the government (e.g. Veterans’ Administration). Conversely, in a Medicare for All (single payer) system, doctors are in private practice and are paid on a fee-for-service basis from government funds, just as with the current Medicare. The … More Medicare for All is NOT Socialized Medicine
The following letter was submitted to Fort Collins City Council: I am writing to you on behalf of the League of Women Voters of Larimer County to urge you to retain Oil and Gas as a priority on the City’s 2018 State legislative priority list. As you know, O&G-related issues continue to be front and … More League Urges City Leadership to Prioritize Oil and Gas Risk Management