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The Legislative year in Rhode Island begins in January and normally ends in June. Each year, the League chooses certain issues of focus for the year. However, the League continues to follow other issues related to the League positions and principles and will act on a non-priority issue if a situation arises.

If you are interested in an issue that is not listed on the priority list, contact the LWVRI advocacy committee. The committee is always looking for members who may be interested in following additional issues locally, statewide, or nationwide.

LWVUS positions - See the Menu for LWVRI positions

See the latest news from the LWVUS and see ways you can Take Action. The LWVUS is also working on Environment and Immigration which are not currently active in RI.

Another resource for issues which are not a priority in Rhode Island is the League of Women Voters Clearinghouse - The purpose of this site is to share League study documents among some 800 national, state and local Leagues and with the public. Leagues can save time by not needing to create study materials from scratch and see how other Leagues have approached a tough issue.

Follow the LWVRI on Twitter @LWVRI and/or on Facebook



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House and Senate Floor Calendars:
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Boards and Commissions Meeting notices

Attorney General's guide to Open Meetings and Public Records during the Pandemic: