Response from Mormon Women for Ethical Government to the Alabama Senate Election Results

As followers of Christ, members of Mormon Women for Ethical Government heartily congratulate and rejoice with voters in the state of Alabama for prioritizing principles…

Take Action: December 5, 2017 As the tax bill goes back to the House, advocate for a return to regular order

The tax bill goes back to the House this week, where our representatives must either pass the Senate’s version, or observe regular order and…

Take Action: December 4, 2017 Stand with Native American tribes defending Bears Ears National Monument

“Bears Ears has been home to Native peoples since time immemorial, and is cherished by Native peoples for its cultural, spiritual, and archaeological importance…

Take Action: November 29 & 30. 2017 Oppose a tax bill that increases the deficit, reduces incentives for charitable donations, raises taxes on the low- and middle-classes, and punishes large families

We are concerned by the tax reform bill being prepared for a vote in the Senate (likely before the end of this week).  Although the…

Take Action: Thanksgiving Week 2017 Increase the impact of MWEG’s DC visit by sending hand-written letters to your members of Congress this week

Last week, members of Mormon Women for Ethical Government (MWEG) were able to meet with several members of Congress (Rep. John Curtis, Senators Van Hollen…

Take Action: November 17, 2017 Protect the grand American experiment

We love and cherish the grand American experiment.  We know that democracy requires educated, vigilant constituents who hold their elected leaders to standards of truth…

Take Action: November 15, 2017 Call for a bipartisan effort on tax reform

Please call your members of Congress today and ask for a bipartisan effort on tax reform. The proposed bills, which the House will vote on…

Take Action: November 14, 2017 Learn how a no-exemptions policy is neither workable nor ultimately fair

While this administration’s no exemptions policy may sound fair, “in practice it’s neither wise nor workable nor ultimately fair at all…

Official Statement from Mormon Women for Ethical Government with Regard to Sexual Violence

As Mormon Women for Ethical Government, we unequivocally state that the human body and its sexual powers are sacred. Any abuse or misuse of another…

Take Action: November 10, 2017 Be informed and voice your opinion about the proposed tax plan

We do need tax reform, but the current tax plan does little to address existent problems and actually exacerbates some significantly.  Its inverted benefit to…