An illustrious panel discussed health care in the District of Columbia, at the LWVDC annual fall luncheon, held October 14 at Carmine’s Italian Restaurant.
Suppose you are hospitalized for an illness or injury, then spend time in rehab and are discharged needing help with personal care such as bathing and dressing. Judith Feder, Institute Fellow at the Urban Institute and nationally recognized leader in health policy, and Stephanie Williamson, Chief of Staff, DC Department of Health Care Finance discuss this important issue at our October Panel Discussion.
Final Report on our work in 2018 to educate a broad range of audiences on the current lack of voting rights and representation for residents of the District of Columbia.
In an act of encouragement for voters to take just two short minutes to research the candidates, John Oliver ended his show a little bit early so people could visit the League of Women Voters’ online election tool Vote411.org to look up their local elections.
First Person Perspective from national staff member Caitlin Rulien on watching LWVUS CEO arrested in an act of civil disobedience in the atrium of the Hart Senate Office Building.
President Kathy Chiron’s report to the League of Women Voters National Capital Area at the President’s Lunch on October 5, 2018.