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Palentine’s Day 2020

Join us on Thursday, February 13 at 6 p.m. to celebrate all your pals at Cargo Coffee East. We will be writing Valentine’s to our elected officials and abortion providers to spread the love. Bring a friend, bring yourself and bring the love. Please note: This event will replace our regular Tuesday monthly meeting for

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January Monthly Meeting

We are back! Join us for our January meeting on Tuesday, January 14, where we will be discussing past/future actions and upcoming meetings. We are meeting at 6 p.m. in the Festival Food Community Room at 810 E Washington Ave, Madison, WI 53703. It is located on the second floor. If you would like to

Lights for Liberty: Madison WI

On July 12th, Lights for Liberty {www.lightsforliberty.org) will shine a light on the horrific abuses of the Trump administration in human detention camps. Indivisible Madison invites you to join with this coalition of people dedicated to the principle that all human beings have a right to life, liberty and dignity. We’ll gather in Brittingham Park

July Monthly Meeting!

Join us for our July meeting where we will hear from Rep Lisa Subeck discuss the abortion laws in the state of Wisconsin and what we can do to help. We will also be discuss our upcoming actions with Abortion Access Front. We will be discussing past/future actions, upcoming meetings and the National convention in

On our endorsement process

Madison, Wis. — The Madison chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) will be announcing its endorsements for the upcoming spring general election this week. Board member for both chapters, Mara Jarvis, released the following statement. “Our endorsement process begins at the request of a candidate’s campaign. The campaign completes a questionnaire on our

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Testimony against extraordinary legislation

Testimony against Assembly Bill 1073, LRB-6076, Assembly Bill 1071, LRB-6077, Assembly Bill 1072, LRB-6078, Assembly Bill 1073, LRB-6079 Before the Joint Committee on Finance. December 3, 2018 Members of the Joint Committee on Finance, thank you for the opportunity to share our position on this legislation. My name is Lindsay Lemmer, and I’m the president