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PHMC Bureau of Historic Preservation Ltr to Kervandjian re Bellefonte Mews Nov_2013 _11_22
Copy of letter sent to Ara Kervandjian re Section 106 regulations associated with National Historic Preservation Act and the demolition of two historic buildings within a national historic district. I received a copy of this letter as part of the membership of the Bellefonte Historical and Cultural Association who was copied on this letter.
Montana Amici Curiae Brief final 12-12-13.pdf
This is a copy of the Amici Curiae brief filed by Montana NOW, Pennsylvania NOW, Legal Momentum, Legal Voice, Sexual Violence Law Center, and the Women's Law Project filed with the Montana Supreme Court. It describes how common rape myths can adversely effect judicial sentencing and asks the Court to remand and assign the Stacey Rambold case to a different judge.
FINAL PDF- Response to Baugh Complaint Response December 7_ 2013
This is a pdf copy of Montana NOW & Pennsylvania NOW's response to Judge G. Todd Baugh's response to our Montana Judicial Standards Commission ethics violations complaint. It was faxed to the Commission on Saturday December 7, 2013
Judicial Standards Commission State of Montana COMPLAINT Re: Judge G. Todd Baugh filed September 24, 2013 by Montana NOW and Pennsylvania NOW
Copy of the formal complaint filed by the Montana and Pennsylvania State Chapters of the National Organization for Women calling upon the Montana Judicial Standards Commission and the Montana Supreme Court to remove Judge G. Todd Baugh from the bench and mandate a statewide judicial education program for the judiciary on the fair adjudication of sexual assault cases to help the Montana justice system develop techniques to minimize victim re-traumatization while safeguarding the rights of the defendant
STATEMENT OF FEMINIST AND WOMEN’S ORGANISATIONS ON THE VERY ALARMING TRENDS IN THE NEGOTIATIONS OF OUTCOME DOCUMENT OF THE 57TH SESSION OF THE UN COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN
Letter signed by 281 organizations and 127 people from around the world to the official governmental representatives at the 57th session of the Commission on the Status of Women meeting. This letter demands that the outcome document advance women’s human rights and not lower the bar for women’s human rights. It further urges that future international negotiations move forward implementation of policies and programmes that secure the human rights of girls and women.
Pennsylvania NOW Times Fall 2012
The official newsletter of Pennsylvanina NOW, Inc.
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