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Published On 2/23/2022
LWVCC Co-President Janet Hoffman was among the speakers at the February 22, 2022 meeting of the Collier Board of County Commissioners
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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

Published On 5/18/2022
Janet Hoffman, former Co-President of the LWVCC, spoke on behalf of the League at the Naples City Council meeting in support of a proposal to refurbish a Pullman baggage car that will become part of the new Black History Collection at Collier County's Depot Museum.
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Published On 3/31/2022
DEI Committee member, Ida Margolis, publishes letter in the Naples Daily News
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Environmental Affairs

Published On 4/28/2022
Members of the Environmental Affairs and Voter Services committees celebrated Earth Day in Cambier Park and at the Nature Conservancy of SWFL on April 23, 2022. Adults and children at both venues learned about our work around sea level rise, smart growth, clean water and reducing single-use plastics.
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Redistricting

Published On 5/4/2022
The League of Women Voters of the United States issued a press release noting, in part, that on April 22, 2022, the League of Women Voters of Florida joined Black Voters Matter Capacity Building Institute, Equal Ground Education Fund, Florida Rising Together and several individual Florida voters in filing a lawsuit challenging Florida’s new congressional map.
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The LWVFL is working to ensure that the current redistricting process is transparent and that districts are drawn fairly. In conjunction with the recently formed Fair Districts Coalition, the League has mobilized Floridians to pay attention to this historically secretive process and demand legislators make map drawing open and accessible with adequate input from the public.
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