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Apr 22, 2021

National Reach Starts with Local Impact

The Policy Circle provides pathways for women to become active citizens who are knowledgeable about the impact of public policy.  One of those pathways is our Civic Leadership Engagement Roadmap (CLER) Program . CLER was created because our community asked for more opportunities to better understand public policy and tangible steps to take action.  What is CLER? CLER is a 3-month […]

Mar 18, 2021

The Immigration Debate

The debate over U.S. immigration policies has intensified over the last week due to a surge of migrants at the U.S. border. As local organizations face a growing humanitarian crisis in their communities, and FEMA has been dispatched to the border to help manage the influx, the House is set to take up two immigration bills this week. Recent administrations have all endeavored to address U.S. immigration policy, […]

Mar 11, 2021

The Largest Stimulus Package in U.S. History

Congress voted Wednesday to approve the latest COVID stimulus relief package. At $1.9 trillion, it’s the largest spending package in American history. The legislation, passed via budget reconciliation , will now head to President Biden for signature on Friday . Stimulus checks are scheduled to begin going out before the end of the month.  The bill approves $1,400 stimulus payments for individuals making up to $75,000 and couples […]

Mar 4, 2021

Examining H.R. 1: For the People Act

Yesterday, the House passed sweeping voting rights legislation that’s been on Congressional Democrats’ wishlist since 2018. The nearly 800-page H.R. 1 , For the People Act , would make federal updates to absentee voting, in-person voting, campaign finance and ethics reform measures. Polling from 2019 and this year shows the bill is broadly popular with the public, but previous legislation did not pass in the Republican-led Senate in […]