Lawrence city commission candidates during a forum Monday evening spoke on renewable energy and efforts to collaborate with the Lawrence school district and Douglas County.
“Kansas already has highly restricted abortion care with no government funding, and that will continue if we vote ‘no,’” write Carol Williamson and Lori Hutfles, co-presidents of the League of Women Voters of Lawrence-Douglas County.
Two state legislators from Lawrence on Thursday shared some concerns they have looking ahead to the Aug. 2 election, when Kansans will decide whether to remove the protection of abortion from the state’s constitution.
The Lawrence, Kansas Juneteenth Organization will hold a big downtown parade and celebration on Saturday, and plenty of events are planned for Thursday through Sunday.
A local organization is celebrating a century of encouraging civic engagement and responsive governance by elected officials. It’s also setting straight a “historicized record.”
Sarah Dehart Faltico, program coordinator with Climate + Energy Project, will speak on how a […]
Matt Cravens, data analyst for Douglas County, will present his summary of his most recent research, “What are Voting Habits and How are They Strengthened?” at the next League of Women Voters of Lawrence-Douglas County Hot Topic series.
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