How can you get involved? For the first time ever, Michigan’s legislative redistricting process is being conducted by a group of independent, . . .
DETROIT — Today All Voting is Local Michigan, ACLU of Michigan, Common Cause MI, Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, Pontiac . . .
SUTTONS BAY — The Michigan League of Conservation Voters (LCV), Black Star Farms and Groundwork Center brought together industry and community leaders . . .
LANSING — The Michigan League of Conservation Voters (LCV) spoke out today at the House Commerce and Trade Committee meeting in opposition . . .
Michigan LCV Announces Bipartisan Slate of Endorsements for State House in November General Election
ANN ARBOR — The Michigan League of Conservation Voters (Michigan LCV) issued General Election endorsements for the Michigan House of Representatives today. . . .
ANN ARBOR — Lisa Wozniak, Executive Director of the Michigan League of Conservation Voters, released the following statement in response to a . . .
There are nearly 70,000 miles of natural gas and hazardous liquid pipelines, zigzagging across our state. Water is Michigan’s most valuable resource. . . .
It’s Official: Michigan is Better than Ohio. Just kidding. But one of the most interesting results from a polling project that our . . .
Where are we now? Thanks largely to Michigan’s clean energy standards—created by a bipartisan team of legislators in 2008—our state has seen . . .
When you think politics, you likely think “political parties.” Michigan LCV is political, but in a different way: we are proud to stand with members like you as the nonpartisan political voice for protecting Michigan’s land, air and water.