NOT-RECOMMENDED ITEMS ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION AND ADOPTION

To be moved for consideration at Convention, a not-recommended item must be moved for and granted consideration before delegates can debate adopting them as amendments or substitutes to the Proposed Program. Those moving for consideration for concurrence at Convention must have met the requirements of LWVUS Bylaws Article XIII, Sec. 2 (b). Delegates advocating a not-recommended item should refer to Convention Rule 10.

NOT RECOMMENDED ITEMS

  • Air Quality
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Alternative Methods for Electing Members of the House of Representatives
  • Appointment of Public Officials
  • Campaign Finance
  • Carbon Tax
  • Carbon Pricing
  • Census
  • Charter Schools
  • Citizens Right to Know
  • Citizens United
  • Civil Discourse
  • Climate Change
  • Communications
  • Community Policing
  • Criminal Justice
  • DC Statehood
  • Economic Equity
  • Education
  • Electoral College
  • Electronic Voting
  • Environmental Protection
  • Equal Rights Amendment
  • Equality of Opportunity
  • Ethics
  • Fracking
  • Freedom of Press
  • Freedom of Speech
  • Great Lakes
  • Global Climate Change
  • Gun Control
  • Health Care
  • Housing
  • Immigration
  • Integrity of the Electoral Process
  • #Me Too
  • Media
  • Military Policy/Spending
  • Mental Health
  • National Popular Vote
  • Net Neutrality
  • Nuclear Waste
  • Open Primaries
  • Offshore Drilling
  • Paper Ballots
  • Ranked Choice Voting
  • Redistricting
  • Role of Media in Political Process
  • Rule of Law
  • Rural Areas
  • Security of the Electoral College
  • Selection of the President
  • Separation of Church and State
  • Social Security
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Transparency
  • Use of Government Research and Data
  • Violence Prevention
  • Vote by Mail
  • Voting in the Territories
  • Voting Methods
  • Water
  • Women's Health