Official Statement from Mormon Women for Ethical Government with Regard to Continuing Negotiations on Protections for DREAMers

Feb. 15, 2018 As members of both houses of Congress continue to debate and negotiate a resolution for DREAMers this week, we call upon them…

Official Statement from Mormon Women for Ethical Government with Regard to the Silencing, Denigration, and Abuse of Women

Feburary 8, 2018 As Mormon Women for Ethical Government, we assert without equivocation that the silencing, denigration, and abuse of women are heinous offenses which…

Announcing the 2018 Spring Conference for Mormon Women for Ethical Government

February 6, 2018 “A Significant Force for Good: Empowering Women in Politics and in Life”   Co-sponsored by BYU’s Romney Institute…

Help Us Celebrate MWEG’s 1st Birthday!

Happy birthday to Mormon Women for Ethical Government! We emerged feisty and determined, full of energy and gumption. We were nourished by the good word…

Fifteen Declarations on Ethical Immigration Policy

January 22, 2018 Mormon Women for Ethical Government is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization dedicated to advocating for ethical governance. We are greatly disheartened by the…

Response from Mormon Women for Ethical Government to President Trump’s Crass and Racist Comments

January 12, 2018 President Trump’s recent comments about Haiti and several countries in Africa and Central America were indefensible–ugly, offensive, racist…

#YouToo? Call each of your Members of Congress and ask them to act

Yesterday an important article by James Fallows came out in The Atlantic: To quote it: “The scandal of Michael Wolff’s new book isn…

Response from Mormon Women for Ethical Government to the passing of President Thomas S. Monson

January 5, 2018 At the death of our beloved church president and prophet, Thomas S. Monson, we, the members of Mormon Women for Ethical Government…

Response from Mormon Women for Ethical Government to Utah Senator Orrin Hatch’s Announcement of Retirement

January 2, 2018 In light of today’s announcement by Senator Orrin Hatch that he will not seek reelection this coming November, Mormon Women…

From the Founders: Looking Forward to 2018

2017: It was the worst of times, it was the best of times.   There has, indeed, been a silver lining to the calamity and distress…