Making Democracy Work

A Voice For Citizens, A Force For Change

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It works to influence public policy through education and advocacy.

Annual Meeting to be Held on June 18th

Annual Meeting

Thursday, June 18 6:15 - 9:00pm

VineRipe Grill (Brookline Municipal Golf Course)

1281 W. Roxbury Parkway

Main Dish is a Vegetarian Lasagna

Price is $30.00

Guest speaker will be Alan Balsam
Director of Public Health and Human Services, Brookline

June 12 - 2nd Friday at Paneras

League of Women Voters of Brookline 2nd Friday @ Panera's Coolidge Corner

Coffee & Conversation
Friday June 12, 9:30 AM
2nd Friday @ Panera's Coolidge Corner
Topic, Next Year - What are our Priorities? Topics, Events, etc

On the 2nd Friday of the month League Members and friends gather at Panera Bread, 299 Harvard street for coffee and conversation about issues that interest you.

THE 20th ANNUAL PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY FORUM

THE 20th ANNUAL PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY FORUM

Health Care Reform: How's It Going?

Presented by the Friends of Brookline Public Health and Brookline Adult & Community Education and moderated by former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis

With Panelists

David Seltz Executive Director, Massachusetts Health Policy Commission

Amy Whitcomb Slemmer, Esq. Executive Director, Health Care For All

Katherine Swartz Professor of Health Policy and Economics, Harvard School of Public Health

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

6 - 7 PM Light Refreshments

7 - 9 PM Panel Discussion

Brookline Senior Center, 93 Winchester Street, Brookline

This forum is FREE and open to the public; registration is not required.

For more information contact: Brookline Department of Public Health 617-730-2300 or http://www.brooklineadulted.org

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Co-sponsored by the Brookline Department of Public Health, the Brookline Council on Aging, the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Community Relations, the League of Women Voters of Brookline, Brookline Commission for Women, and the Brookline Department of Veterans Services.

Information and Results for Town Election on May 5, 2015

LINK TO UNOFFICIAL RESULTS OF ELECTION x

2015 VOTERS GUIDE

Sample ballots can be found at the BCAN web site: http://www.brooklinecan.org/ballots2015.html

PUBLIC FORUMS and INFORMATION SESSIONS on the OVERRIDE, DEBT EXCLUSION and CANDIDATES

VIDEO AT HTTP://BROOKLINEINTERACTIVE.ORG under Videos
Operational Override and Debt Exclusion Forum Held on April 8

April 29 - 7:00 to 9:30 pm
Candidates Forum (co-sponsors BNA & TMMA)
Town Hall (Selectmen Hearing Room)

April 8th and 29th - Televised Live by the Brookline Interactive Group Channel 3 (Comcast or RCN) or by computer at http://brooklineinteractive.org/ Video of event available afterward through BIG website.

See link below for more information: Town Election Information

Election Reform in Massachusetts <<

Please read the article by League member Diana McClure published in the TAB:

http://brookline.wickedlocal.com/article/20140610/OPINION/140619886/2012/OPINION

Please Donate to SKW

To make a tax-deductible contribution to the League's Sara K. Wallace Fund for Voter Education, please click on the Pay button.

Please Support our Sponsors

Cypress Automart/Audy's Mobil

345 Boylston Street

617-738-4706

http://www.cypressauto.com

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Brookline Municipal Credit Union

334 Washington Street, Brookline, MA 02447-0776

617-232-9410

http://www.brooklinecu.com/ASP/home.asp

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