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Year of the Woman: Record 50 plus file for 2018 candidacy in Anne Arundel

WISE is quoted in today’s Capital Gazette about the record 50 plus women who filed for candidacy in 2018. The article notes WISE’s 2018 Year of the Women kick off event held on Jan. 15, 2018. WISE invited ALL women candidates to attend the meeting and provided an opportunity to introduce themselves and mingle with those in attendance after a presentation of NGO’s discussing the legislative priorities WISE is supporting for 2018.

The Women’s March Returns to New York City – The New Yorker

https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/the-womens-march-returns-to-new-york-city The Women’s March Returns to New York City By Amanda Petrusich January 20, 2018 For organizers of the first Women’s March on Washington, which took place on January 21, 2017, the day after Donald Trump’s Inauguration, harnessing the burst of acute…

Today’s Daily Call to Action: Call Gov Hogan TODAY! Separating children from their parents is inhumane and Action is needed!

CHILDREN THAT HAVE BEEN SEPARATED FROM THEIR PARENTS ARE BEING HELD IN MARYLAND! Please call GOVERNOR Hogan NOW!!! 410-974-3901 State your name and your address. Lead with: Separating children from their families is inhumane and immoral Demand the following: 1.)…

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Daily call to action: Tell the EPA how important air quality is to you!

From the Chesapeake Bay Foundation: Power plants in distant states such as Kentucky and Indiana are harming the Chesapeake Bay—and you. On hot and sunny days, air pollution from 19 upwind power plants forms ground-level ozone that causes health problems…

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Daily Call to Action: Support the FAMILY Act!

From Mom’s Rising: I’m going to get right to the point. U.S. Senators Marco Rubio, Mike Lee, and Joni Ernst are working on a proposal to raid Social Security to give income to parents of a new child. [1] This…

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