- “Making Government Work for You” Workshop Draws Big Crowd
- LWVMA Opposes Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Provisions in Gov. Baker Bill
- LWVMA Statement on Charlottesville and Boston Rallies
- LWVMA Supports In-State Tuition for Undocumented MA Students
- LWVMA Supports Pay Equity for Women
In the 1970’s and 1980’s the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts developed strong positions on our courts and corrections systems; since then, however, our rate of incarceration has more than tripled. For the last several years, LWVMA has been actively advocating for criminal justice reform. For more information click here.
Immigration is primarily governed and enforced through federal law and federal agencies. The League of Women Voters position on immigration was developed after a national study in 2006-2008, and was adopted by the LWVUS Education Fund board in April 2008. For more information on LWVMA’s current work on immigration click here.
Meeting Basic Human Needs
More information will be available soon.