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Save the Date
   Annual Meeting:    May 13th, Tuesday, 5:00-9:00 p.m.
                               LWV Office, Parish Hall
                               Speaker:   Shelley Redinger, Spokane
                                      Public Schools Superintendent
April meeting

    April 8, Tuesday:   Transportation themes.   11:30a.m. - 1:00 p.m..
                    Speaker:  Katherine Miller from "Link Spokane" discussing the transportation
                                   section of the 2001 Spokane's Comprehensive Plan
                    At League Office (2404 N Howard St) in basement social hall
                    See Voter for details.   Bring your brown bag lunch and join us!

 Judicial Panel    
            March 26th, Wednesday:
    "Poverty:   How it Affects Judicial Decisions"

League Board member Pam Behring introduces the panel:

Julie Schaeffer, Center for Justice

Jim Murphy, Retired Judge, Criminal Justice Commissioner

Judge Sam Cozza, Superior Court

Judge Richard Leland, District Court

Moderator, Professor Stephen Sepinuck, GU Law School

"Who Represents You?"     Our new 2014 flyer is here!

Download a flyer "They Represent You" with names and contact information for our city, county, state and federal elected officials.  You need Adobe Reader to download.    Click here. 

Coal Train Comments

Read the Longview Port-Coal Train Scoping Comments frpm our local League.   Click here.

League Handbook

Download the Spokane League's 2013 handbook.   Click here.

Spokane League Wins Diversity Award

The League of Women Voters of Washington has awarded us the Diversity Award for our work in Police Oversight and our Judicial Forums!    Read details here

. State League's Position on Handgun Initiatives and Charter Schools

Click here to visit the website of the League of Women Voters of Washington.

● Growth Management Act 

Click here to read the study by the League of Women Voters of Washington State.

Smart Justice Spokane

Learn about Smart Justice Spokane at


Mark Your Calendar


March 11, Tuesday:   Koffee Klatch with speaker.    10:00 - 12 a.m.

March 26th, Wednesday:     "Poverty:   How it Affects Judicial Decisions"
5:30 p.m.   GU Law School Moot Court

March 18 LWVSA Board Meeting, LWV office, 10 a.m.


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