Fiscal Policy

Fiscal Policy

Tax Policy. Support adequate and flexible funding of federal government programs through an equitable tax system that is progressive overall and that relies primarily on a broad-based income tax.

Federal Deficit. Promote responsible deficit policies.

Funding of Entitlements. Support a federal role in providing mandatory, universal, old-age, survivors, disability, and health insurance.

Event Date: 
Jul 21 2020 - 2:00pm to 3:30pm

Join us for a special midsummer virtual meeting.

Guest speaker Stephanie Leonard, Next10.org.

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Action Alerts

BREAKING NEWS! Petitions have been turned in and we got almost 2500 signatures in LWV Diablo Valley! Good work, everyone!

LWVRI Position on Funding Public Education in Rhode Island

Adopted at Convention 2001

The League of Women Voters of Rhode Island believes that any method of financing public education should provide equality of opportunity for education through a system of taxation that is sufficient, equitable, flexible and coordinated among the different levels of government.

The League of Women Voters of Rhode Island affirms the crucial niche of libraries: they are repositories of knowledge; they enhance learning for all ages; they serve as community centers. In a world linked to the internet, libraries provide essential computer access for many Rhode Islanders.
This issue is a priority of the LWV Providence
   Study Report
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Blog Post

Blog Post Date - June 7, 2020

SHOW UP AND BE KNOWN!

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This is the compilation of the reports from members observing the Board of Supervisors, in reverse chronological order.

Position

The League of Women Voters of Arlington supports fiscally responsible, fair and equal sources of revenue to support county objectives.
Martha Goralka, LWV Diablo Valley, with campaign sign
Blog Post

Thanks to a great team of petition circulators and speakers, in 2019 we returned 60+ petitions with  more than 500 signatures. I set our League goal at 1,000 signatures. We have almost 3 more months and I think we can reach this number.

Event Date: 
Mar 7 2020 - 9:00am to 11:00am
Event location: 

Collaboratory

Public Invited--free of charge

News

Members and attendees were very enthusiastic about the Wheaton League’s October Civic Series program, “The Fair Tax, Funding Education and Pensions“.

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