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"INEQUALITY KILLS:HOW INEQUALITY AFFECTS HEALTH IN THE U.S." 

Dr. Stephen Bezruchka, Sr. Lecturer UW School of Public Health will speak  on this topic at a program on Thursday, March 17, 7:00 p.m., at Trinity Lutheran Church, 196th Street,Lynnwood. The program is sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Snohomish County and is open to the public.  60 years ago we had some of the best health in the world. Now some 30 to 40 countries enjoy longer and healthier lives. Come and learn what produces health in a society and what needs to be done here.  There will be time for questions following Dr. Bezruchka's presentation.

MARCH PROGRAM DISCUSSES COUNTY CHARTER REVIEW PROCESS

Snohomish County Charter Review Commission members will be interviewed, and callers will have the opportunity to ask questions about the charter review and amendment process on LWVSC's  March "Magazine of the Air." The radio program airs Monday, March 14, 2016, from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. on KSER 90.7FM or KXIR 89.9 FM.   To hear the program after that date, click on the LWV Radio Show icon in the box to the right. Review and possible amendment of our Home Rule Charter occurs once every ten years.  The Commission's suggestions will appear on the November ballot. 



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Michelle Valentine, Lynn Carpenter, Joan Smith, Leah Bernstein and Jody Trautwein were welcomed by teacher Maggie Daley to her civics class at Edmonds Heights where the LWVSC presented a set of new 7th edicion textbooks, The State We're In


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. LWVSC PRESENTS PANEL ON SHORELINE MANAGEMENT ACT.

Thursday, April 28, 2016, 7:00 p.m.,  a panel of professional planners from TulalipTribes and Snohomish County Planning Department will present "Shoreline  Management 101."  The panel will include District 2 County Councilman Brian  Sullivan sharing his perspective on the importance of interagency cooperation to preserve and maintain the shorelines.  Snohomish County PUD Commissioners Room, 2320 California St., Everett.  Ample parking is available.