Our focus is on issues involving individual liberties (such as freedom of speech, assembly, and religion) and the right to protection from government interference in these liberties.
In 2012 we compiled a report titled The Right To Die: The Ultimate Civil Liberty?, a compilation of information and sources that we presented at LWVBC meetings in February 2012.
In February, 2014, our topic was freedom of speech and the right to assemble. We titled our meeting presentations From Tea to Tea: Political Protest in the United States. Questions were answered: What is the difference between Civil Liberties and Civil Rights? If you want to have a riot, how many people do you have to invite? Which protests do you think should be listed as the top ten protests in U.S. history?
We published a Voter (newsletter) article on Eminent Domain.