Each year, our lobbyist Marlene Lockard prepares a recap of what happened at the state legislature concerning bills that Nevada Women’s Lobby was for or against. There is so much good news this legislative session that this may be the longest recap we have seen thus far. Click here to
The Trump Administration continues its attack on public lands and environmental protections. But this land is our land… and our state is pushing back! Join us Tuesday, September 3, to hear from Assemblywoman Sarah Peters, a first time elected official and environmental engineer, who will speak about the future of
How do we raise our national ranking for education? Join us next Tuesday, August 6, to hear from Natha Anderson, President of the Washoe Education Association, about the current state of education in Nevada and what we need to do to improve our national ranking. Natha grew up surrounded by books and politics.
Who better to speak to prison reform than someone who was on the inside? Join us Tuesday, July 2, to hear from Karen Gedney, an internal medicine specialist who spent 30 years behind bars as a prison physician. Karen was designated as one of the best in the business by the American
It’s that time of year again… the legislative session is coming to a close and there is a lot of policy (and politics) to unpack. Join us Tuesday, June 4, to hear from our lobbyist, Marlene Lockard, on how our legislative priorities fared this session. No one knows the legislature better than Marlene… attend
March Lunch & Learn: Gun Safety in Nevada What products are regulated more than guns in the United States? Gas, cars, wine, meat, cheese, air travel, batteries, and cold medicine are just a few on a very long list. Join us at our next luncheon to hear from Kimberly Carden and Joy Viselli
In Nevada, domestic violence fatalities are the highest in the nation with one domestic violence offense occurring roughly every 18 minutes. Thankfully, there are good people working to change that! Join us to hear from Margaret Friedrichs and Alyssa Ropell of Domestic Violence Resource Center (DVRC). This dynamic duo will
Join us Tuesday, December 4, for lunch and discussion on the recent election and the upcoming 2019 legislative session in Nevada.
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