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Article II of the U.S. Constitution includes language related to reapportionment.

MY TURN: League focuses on ethics reform, redistricting, judges

By Julie Hussey and JoAnne Day, special to Statehouse Report | The central focus of the League of Women Voters nationally and in South Carolina is “making democracy work.” We are especially concerned with issues that relate to how our government is organized, how it functions and how accountable it is to the citizens it serves. Based on this, we have identified some priorities for the 2017 session of the General Assembly.

LETTERS:  Meeting a Palmetto Priority and rebutting a column

LETTERS: Meeting a Palmetto Priority and rebutting a column

JoAnne Day, Columbia: “What I would really like to see South Carolina aim for now is automatic voter registration at the state Department of Motor Vehicles and other public service agencies, such as currently happens in states such as Oregon. There is also a bill being proposed for this to happen nationally.” Also: A letter rebutting Andy Brack’s column on “The recoil of hope.”

by · 07/22/2016 · Feedback
Spent nuclear fuel stored underwater and uncapped at the Hanford site in Washington; via Wikipedia.

MY TURN: Don’t let South Carolina become a nuclear dumping ground

By Julie Hussey and JoAnne Day | Nuclear waste is one of those things most people hope someone else is thinking about. The good news is that for 40 years, members of the League of Women Voters of South Carolina (LWVSC) have been following waste issues at the Savannah River Site (SRS). Recent national and international proposals require all South Carolinians to become informed and take action.

by · 12/31/2015 · Commentary, My Turn