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Members: Check the "members only" website for the Constitutional Amendment Study Guide from LWVUS.
You won't want to miss it.
The public is invited to attend a Constitution Day forum on Thursday, September 17th, at 5 pm: Amending the U.S. Constitution: How Shall we Evaluate Amendment Proposals? The two-hour free, community event is co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters and the American Association of University Women.
America's Founders cautioned that the right to amend the Constitution should be used only for certain "great and extraordinary occasions." Recent Supreme Court decisions and low public ratings of Congress have caused many to look to constitutional remedies: amending the Constitution.
Panelists from the American Constitution Society, political science and history professors will discuss guidelines for constitutional amendments.
The public is invited to this free, community discussion.
No reservations are required. Go to the Calendar page and click on the address for mapped directions.
Martha Cox, Karen Pendergast and Jane Dunmeyer showing off our LWV branded license plate holders sold at the Convention Marketplace.
Thanks to all the volunteers who made it to the Westin in the Gaslamp Quarter to help out with all the necessary tasks for a successful convention.
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