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The League Looks at

Members monthly column in the Oxford Press on topics important to the League.

"The League Looks at" is a series of articles written by members of the League of Women Voters of Oxford for The Oxford Press, Oxford's weekly newspaper issued on Sundays as an insert in the Hamilton-Journal News.

The League Looks at the Myaamia The Oxford Press. 6 November 2016.

The League Looks at Community Involvement The Oxford Press. 11 September 2016.

The League Looks at Women's History Month The Oxford Press. 13 March 2016.

The League Looks at Valentine's Day and the Ohio 2016 Primary The Oxford Press. 14 February 2016.

The League Looks at Immigration The Oxford Press. 24 January 2016: A4.

The League Looks at Public Monuments: League Offered Support for N.Y. Statue Project The Oxford Press. 27 December 2015: A4.

The League Looks at Ballot Issue 13: The League of Women Voters of Oxford Endorses the Senior Services Levy on the Ballot This November The Oxford Press. 11 October 2015: A3.

The League Looks at Redistricting: Can Voters Make Redistricting Fair? The Oxford Press. 13 September 2015: A3.

The League Looks at Oxford Aggregation Program: City's Effort Takes a Step Toward Renewable Energy. The Oxford Press. 26 April 2015: A3.

The League Looks at Sunshine Week, March 15-21 - Transparency and Why We Need It. The Oxford Press. 15 March 2015.

The League Looks at a History of LWV: Valentine's Day Marks Milestone for League. The Oxford Press. 15 February 2015: A3.

The League Looks at Men's Role in Organization: Men Make a Difference in League of Women Voters. The Oxford Press. 30 November 2014: A3.

The League Looks at a History of Women's Rights: Struggle for right to vote took 72 years. The Oxford Press. 23 November 2014: A3 [Men, Madeleines, and the League of Women Voters].

The League Looks at Voting: Don't Take the Power of the Vote Lightly. The Oxford Press. 10 October 2014: A3.

The League Looks at Municipal Aggregation on November ballot: Aggregating can bolster buying power. The Oxford Press. 12 Sept. 2014: A4.