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Living Wage Longmont: The campaign so far

LWVBC president Peggy Leech and Darcy Juday of the American Association of University Women talk to KGNU news director Maeve Conran. Recorded in early April 2019. 

Read a summary and listen to the seven-minute discussion 
here.

NOTE: Since the time of the broadcast the Living Wage or Self-Sufficiency Standard for Boulder County has increased to $17.42 per hour from the $15.67 of past years.
See our webpage 
Living Wage for more information.



KGNU
 is partnering with us on a monthly series of updates called
Making Democracy Work for All!


We focus on educating KGNU listeners on the workings of state and local government and letting them know how they can 
get involved at different stages of the political process.

Our thanks to Maeve Conran at KGNU who is working with Jeannette Hillery, our voice on the airwaves, to plan these four-minute spots.

To listen and read, click on the title .
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Making Democracy Work for All: The National Popular Vote 
(26 February 2019) - Peggy Leech
Our LWVBC talks about the National Popular Vote (NPV) and why the League supports it.

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Past topics:

• Caucuses and Assemblies and Primaries, Oh My! (15 February 2018) 
• 2018 State Legislative Session (29 January 2018) 
• Reauthorizing CHIP  (15 December 2017) 
• Food Insecurity in Boulder County  (6 November 2017) 
• Standing Firm in the Face of Voter Fraud Claims (10 August 2017)
• Making Democracy Work for All ! Mental Health (19 June 2017) 
• 2017 State Legislative Review  (25 May 2017)
• Immigration Reform  (19 April 2017)
• Money in Politics  (30 March 2017) 
• How A Bill Becomes Law  (8 February 2017) 
• The 71st Colorado General Assembly  (19 January 2017) 

Also on KGNU: Interviews in 2017–2018 with Victor Galvan, Rich Andrews, Liz Black, Virginia Gephart, Audrey Johnson, Linda Sorauf, Laura Wides-Muñoz, Lee Fang, SVVSD students, and Elizabeth MacNamara.