The League provides information through candidate forums, and pros and cons, that highlight issues of interest to the San Luis Obispo County voters.
Read this thoughtful story by Charles C. Mann, an Atlantic contributing editor, who has been writing for the magazine since 1984.
Read what a panel of experts said what it means for California.
Matthew Yglesias of Slate Magazine presents some other policy possibilities.
In 1990, the National League of Women Voters undertook a two-year study of the funding and delivery of health care in the United States. Phase 1 studied the delivery and policy goals of the U.S. health care system; Phase 2 focused on health care financing and administration. The LWVUS announced its initial health care position in April 1992 and the final position in April 1993. This position still stands the test of time.
On May 6, 2013, SLO-SPAN televised the LWVSLOC forum about 'fracking.' The programs are aired live and replayed on countywide cable television Charter Channel 2 and 21. The schedule of televised meetings may be found at www.slospan.org.