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Revision as of 18:17, 7 February 2008

Contents


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Affordable Housing

See Housing

Anti-Sweatshop

  1. Model: Resolution for a City to Join Sweatfree Consortium
  2. AFSCME Resolution Opposing Sweatshops
  3. Albany County, NY Resolution Against Child Labor and Sweatshops
  4. Allegheny County, PA Sweatshop Ordinance
  5. Austin, TX Anti-Sweatshop Ordinance
  6. Brookline, MA Anti-Sweatshop Resolution
  7. Columbia Univ., NY Affiliation with the Fair Labor Association
  8. Broome County, NY Resolution Against Child Labor and Sweatshops
  9. James Madison Univ., VA Student Sweatshop Labor Bill of Opinion
  10. Los Angeles, CA Anti-Sweatshop Ordinance
  11. Madison, WI Anti-Sweatshop Apparel Procurement Policy
  12. North Olmstead, OH Resolution Concerning Sweatshops
  13. Olympia, WA Purchase of Clothing and Footwear from Responsible and Ethical Contractors
  14. Pittsburgh, PA Authorizing a Full Audit of Compliance with Anti-Sweatshop Ordinance
  15. Pittsburgh, PA Proclamation Toward the Elimination of Sweatshops
  16. Portland, OR Sweatshop Free Procurement Policy
  17. San Francisco, CA Sweatfree Contracting
  18. Suffolk County, NY Requiring Full Disclosure on Working Conditions

Business Regulations

Big-Box Retail

Resource link: New Rules Project

  1. Albuquerque, NM "Big-Box" Regulations
  2. Archuleta County, CO Big Box Draft Ordinance
  3. Austin, TX "Big Box" Regulations
  4. Bozeman, MT "Big Box" Regulations
  5. Chicago, IL Big Box Living Wage and Benefits
  6. Greenville County, SC Conditions for "Big Box Retail" Uses
  7. Inglewood, CA WalMart Loses Initiative
  8. Kansas City, MO Size Restrictions for Retail Stores
  9. Nashville, TN Resolution to Require Big Box Retailers to Pay Prevailing Wages
  10. Oakland, CA Zoning Caps Superstores
  11. Turlock, CA Regulation Regarding Large-scale Retail Stores

Formula Businesses

  1. Benicia, CA Regulation of Formula Businesses
  2. Duck, NC Amending Zoning Ordinance in Regards to Formula Businesses
  3. Ojai, CA Regulation of Formula Business Establishments
  4. Port Townsend, WA Defining and Regulating Formula Retail Establishments


Buy Green Policy

  1. Model: Environmentally Preferable Products Policy from King County, WA
  2. Model: Waste Wise Purchasing Policy
  3. Berkeley, CA Unified School District Green Procurement and Sustainable Procedures Policy
  4. Boulder, CO Environmental Purchasing Policy
  5. Duke University, NC Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Guidelines
  6. Durango, CO Environmental Purchasing Policy
  7. King County, WA Environmental Purchasing Policy
  8. Lawrence, KS Environmental Procurement Policy
  9. London (England) Fire Brigade Green Procurement Policy
  10. Morro Bay, CA Recycled Product Purchasing Policies
  11. Nevada County, CA Green Procurement and Sustainable Practices Policy
  12. New York, NY Mandating the Purchase of Recycled Plastic Lumber
  13. Oberlin College, OH Green Purchasing Policy
  14. Pinoleville Pomo Nation (CA) Green Procurement Policy
  15. Sacramento County, CA Environmental Purchasing Policy
  16. Salt Lake City, UT Environmentally Preferable Procurement Policy
  17. San Diego, CA Energy Efficient Purchasing Policy
  18. San Jose, CA Environmentally Preferable Procurement Policy
  19. Santa Clarita, CA Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Policy
  20. University of Buffalo, NY Environmentally Sound Products Procurement Policy
  21. The University of Winnipeg, Manitoba Green Procurement Policy
  22. Ventura County, CA Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Policy

Capital Punishment

  1. Carrboro, NC Resolution Calling for a Moratorium on Executions
  2. Davidson County, TN Resolution Regarding a Moratorium on Capital Punishment
  3. Marin County, CA Resolution Regarding a Moratorium on the Death Penalty
  4. Tompkins County, NY Resolution Calling for Abolition of the Death Penalty

Civil Rights

Resource link: Bill of Rights Defense Committee

  1. Model: Protect Civil Liberties Resolution
  2. Ashland, OR Resolution to Protect Civil Liberties
  3. Austin, TX Commitment to the Protection of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
  4. Avondale, AZ Affirming the Principles of Civil Liberties
  5. Boulder, CO Prohibition of Discrimination
  6. Davis, CA Opposition to the USA Patriot Act
  7. Eureka Springs, AR In Opposition to the Loss of Constitutional Freedoms
  8. Kansas City, MO Civil Rights
  9. New York, NY Affirming Support for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
  10. Oakland, CA Opposition to the USA Patriot Act and Related Executive Orders
  11. Olney, TX Anti-Racial Profiling Policy
  12. Olympia, WA Protecting Civil Liberties
  13. Orange County, NC Civil Rights
  14. Pasadena, CA Opposing Certain Aspects of the USA Patriot Act
  15. Pittsburgh, PA Expressing Concerns with Some Aspects of the US Patriot Act
  16. Porterville, CA Upholding Civil Liberties
  17. Portland, OR Addressing Racial Profiling
  18. Portland, OR Civil Rights
  19. San Francisco, CA Small Business and Non-Discrimination Contracting
  20. Santa Cruz, CA Opposing Extension of the USA Patriot Act
  21. University City, MO Commitment to Civil Liberties

Climate Policy

Resource link: ICLEI Cities for Climate Protection project

  1. U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement
  2. Annapolis, MD Participation in Climate Protection Campaign
  3. Ashland, OR Resolution on Climate Protection
  4. Aspen, CO Adopts the Canary Initiative
  5. Austin, TX Efforts to Make Austin Leading City in Nation on Climate Change Policies
  6. Burlington, VT In Support of Litigation Against EPA Regarding Global Warming
  7. Calgary, Alberta Climate Change Policy
  8. Cambridge, MA Protection of the Stratospheric Ozone Layer
  9. Cocoa Beach, FL Urging Development of a State Global Warming Action Plan
  10. Colorado Association of Ski Towns Policy Statement Supporting Climate Action
  11. Contra Costa County, CA Resolution on Climate Stabilization Declaration
  12. Davis, CA Resolution Endorsing the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement
  13. East Lansing, MI Climate Protection Resolution
  14. Edmonds, WA In Support of the Kyoto Protocol on Emissions
  15. Eugene, OR Water and Electric Board Climate Change Policy
  16. Eureka Springs, AR Endorsing the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement
  17. Fort Collins, CO Resolution to Join the Cities for Climate Protection Campaign
  18. Grand Forks, ND "G3 Environmental Initiative"
  19. Hennepin County, MN 2050 Climate Stabilization Goals
  20. Kansas City, MO Resolution on Climate Protection
  21. Lemoore, CA Endorsing the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement
  22. Lodi, CA Endorsing the CMUA Principles Addressing Greenhouse Gas Reduction Goals
  23. Lowell, MA Passes Energy Resolution Endorsing the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement
  24. Middlebury College, VT Resolution on Achieving Carbon Neutrality
  25. Nashville, TN Joining the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement
  26. Native Village of Gakona, AK Urging Congress and the President to Address Climate Change
  27. New Orleans, LA Resolution Urging Nationwide Mobilization of Renewable Energy Resources
  28. New York, NY Climate Protection Act
  29. New York, NY "PLANYC 2030" Climate Change Initiative
  30. Olympia, WA Reduce Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  31. Pittsburg, CA Approve Membership in the ICLEI
  32. Pittsburgh, PA In Support of the Safe Climate Act of 2007
  33. Port Townsend, WA Addressing Climate Change/Global Warming
  34. Portland, OR and Multnomah County Global Warming Action Plan
  35. Regina, Saskatchewan Green Ribbon Community Climate Change Advisory Committee
  36. San Diego, CA Reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  37. San Mateo County, CA Reduction of Carbon Dioxide Emissions
  38. San Francisco, CA In Support of "SF Climate Challenge Day"
  39. San Francisco, CA Resolution Urging Nationwide Mobilization of Renewable Energy Resources
  40. Santa Cruz, CA Endorsing the Kyoto Protocol
  41. Santa Monica, CA Addresses Climate Change
  42. Santa Rosa, CA Establishing Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Targets
  43. Seattle, WA Goal of Zero Net Greenhouse Gas Emissions
  44. Seattle, WA Resolution Supporting Efforts to Curb Global Warming
  45. Silver City, NM Resolution to Implement a Citizens Advisory Committee on Climate Change
  46. Suffolk County, NY Carbon Cap Implementation Advisory Committee
  47. Sun Valley, ID Resolution Endorsing the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement
  48. Tacoma, WA Resolution on Climate Change and Global Warming
  49. Taos, NM Endorsing the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement
  50. Tompkins County, NY Environmental Management Council Resolution
  51. Tufts University, MA Climate Initiative
  52. University of New Hampshire "New England Climate Initiative"
  53. Whatcom County, WA Climate Protection Action Plan
  54. Yale Univ., CT Greenhouse Gas Reduction Strategy

Communications

  1. Davis, CA Creation of a Telecommunications Commission
  2. Fenton, MI Support for "Wireless Genesee"
  3. Kansas City, MO Black Family Technology Awareness Week
  4. Lafayette, LA Provision of Affordable High-Speed Internet Services for All
  5. Nashville, TN Establishment of a Task Force on Telecommunications Innovation
  6. Nashville, TN Providing Voice Mail for the Homeless
  7. Nashville, TN Recognizing Wireless Safety Week
  8. Oakland, CA Enhancing the Ability of KTOP-TV to Provide Legislative Coverage
  9. San Francisco, CA Support of Non-Discriminatory Access to the Internet
  10. Ulster County, NY Encouraging the Use of "ICE" Telephone Numbers in Cell Phone Phonebooks

Community

See "Land Use"

Corporate Accountability

  1. Arcata, CA Resolution on Corporate Personhood
  2. Belfast Township, PA restrict corporate farming
  3. Berkeley, CA Resolution on Corporate Rights
  4. Humboldt County, CA Measure T
  5. Point Arena, CA Resolution on Corporate Personhood
  6. Porter Township, PA abolish corporate constitutional rights
  7. Rush Township, PA abolish corporate constitutional rights
  8. Southampton Township, PA restricting corporate rights

Culture - Art and Music

  1. Anacortes, WA Establishing an Arts Commission
  2. Chicago, IL Public Art
  3. Durango, CO Establishing a Public Art Commission
  4. Edmonds, WA Actively Coming Together Through the Arts
  5. Inglewood, CA Public Art for New Construction
  6. Kansas City, MO Arts and Cultural Tax Abatement Program
  7. Missoula, MT Establishing a Public Art Program
  8. Nashville, TN Art and Domestic Violence
  9. Oakland, CA Public Art
  10. San Luis Obispo, CA Adding Matching Funds to the City's Public Art Program
  11. San Mateo, CA Art in Public Places
  12. Santa Rosa, CA Creation of a Public Art Walk
  13. Syracuse, NY Public Art Ordinance
  14. Woodinville, WA Establishing a Public Art Advisory Committee

Disability Issues

  1. El Paso, TX Disability Anti-Discrimination
  2. Madison, WI Disability Non-Discrimination
  3. Nashville, TN Disability
  4. Santa Cruz, CA In Support of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
  5. Sheboyagan, WI Disability
  6. St Louis, MO Adding Blindness to the Criteria of Parking for the Disabled

Economics

Micro Loans

  1. Cowley County, KS Small Business Micro-Loan Guarantee Program
  2. Gardena, CA Micro Loan Program
  3. Wilmington, DE Micro Loan Program

Misc. Economic

  1. Model: Sample Resolution Against Purchasing World Bank Bonds
  2. Austin, TX Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Business Enterprise Procurement Program
  3. Berkeley, CA Supporting Debt Cancellation for Impoverished Countries
  4. Carrboro, NC Awarding Building Construction Contracts to Minority Businesses
  5. Cincinnati, OH Promoting Equal Opportunity and Economic Inclusion in Contracts
  6. Kansas City, MO Awarding Contracts to Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Businesses
  7. Louisville, CO Declaring Itself a "City of One"
  8. Nashville, TN Requesting Grant Funds for Programs to Increase Awareness of Poverty Issues
  9. Taos, NM Sliding Scale Fees for Taos Youth and Family Center
  10. Wilmington, DE Disadvantage Business Enterprise Certification Program

Predatory Lending

  1. Allegheny County, PA Condemning Predatory Lending Practices
  2. Euclid, OH In Support of Local Regulation of Predatory Lending
  3. Kansas City, MO Opposing Unscrupulous Lending and Home Improvement Practices
  4. Nashville, TN In Support of Legislation to Outlaw Predatory Lending Practices
  5. New York, NY Prohibiting City from Doing Business with Predatory Lenders
  6. Oakland, CA Anti-Predatory Lending Ordinance
  7. Philadelphia, PA Predatory Lending Task Force
  8. Seattle, WA Calling on Federal Reserve to Take Action Against Predatory Lending Practices
  9. Summit County, OH Supporting Fair and Justice Lending Practices of Payday Loan Establishments

Tax-Related

  1. Arcata, CA Resolution Supporting the "Tobin Tax"
  2. Bath, ME Municipal Resolution for Tax Reform
  3. Berkeley, CA Calling for an End to Tax Breaks for Millionaires
  4. Mifflin County, PA In Support of Tax Fairness
  5. Nashville, TN In Support of the Property Tax Freeze Act
  6. Oakland, CA Adopting Procedures for Refunding Certain Utility Taxes to Service Users
  7. Summit County, OH Urging US Congress to Reject Privatization of Social Security
  8. Tucson, AZ Urging US Congress to Reject Privatization of Social Security

Education

  1. Bridgeport, CT Local Scholarship Fund
  2. Cambrian, CA School District Promoting Adequate, Equitable and Stable Special Education Funding
  3. Hammond, IN Scholarship Program
  4. New York, NY Urging an End to the “School to Prison Pipeline"
  5. New York, NY Scholarship Program for City Workers
  6. Northshore School District, WA State Funding of Special Education Services
  7. San Francisco, CA Board of Education In Support of Adequate Education Funding
  8. Santa Monica-Malibu, CA Board of Education Opposing Insufficient Funding in the Governor's Budget

Election System Reform

Campaign Finance Reform

  1. Agoura Hills, CA Campaign Reform
  2. Benicia, CA In Support of Clean Money and Fair Elections
  3. Boulder, CO Public Campaign Financing
  4. Kansas City, MO Limitation on Contributions for Mayor and Council Elections
  5. Kern County, CA Campaign Finance Reform
  6. Nashville, TN In Support of Open and Complete Financial Disclosure
  7. North Bend, WA Public Officials Public Disclosure
  8. Pacific Grove, CA Campaign Finance Regulations
  9. Portland, OR Voluntary Campaign Finance System for Particular City Races
  10. San Francisco, CA Campaign Finance Reform Ordinance
  11. Santa Barbara County, CA Voluntary Campaign Expenditure Ceiling
  12. Santa Cruz, CA Campaign Finance Reform
  13. Tompkins County, NY In Support of Public Financing of Campaigns
  14. Ulster County, NY Clean Money, Clean Election System

Misc. Electoral Reform

  1. Doylestown Township, PA Supporting Voter-Verified Paper Ballots
  2. Nashville, TN Develop Action Plan in Response to Voter Integrity Study
  3. Santa Rosa, CA Endorsing a Campaign Reform Pledge
  4. Sarasota County, FL Voter-Verified Paper Ballots with Independent Random Audits

Voting Systems

  1. Ann Arbor, MI Preferential Voting for Mayor
  2. Ashland, OR Resolution in Support of IRV
  3. Basalt, CO Instant Runoff Voting for Mayor
  4. Berkeley, CA Instant Runoff Voting for City Elections
  5. Burlington, VT Instant Runoff Voting for Mayor
  6. Cambridge, MA proportional representation
  7. Cary, NC Instant Runoff Voting Pilot Program
  8. Davis, CA Instant Runoff Voting for City Council
  9. Ferndale, MI Instant Runoff Voting for Mayor and City Council
  10. Minneapolis, MN Approves Instant Runoff Voting for City Elections
  11. Nashville, TN Charter Amendment to Implement the "Instant Runoff" Method
  12. Oakland, CA Instant Runoff Voting for City Offices
  13. Pierce County, WA Instant Runoff Voting
  14. San Francisco, CA Instant Runoff Voting
  15. San Leandro, CA Instant Runoff Voting for Mayor and City Council
  16. Sarasota, FL Approves Instant Runoff Voting for City Commission Elections
  17. Takoma Park, MD Instant Runoff Voting (IRV)
  18. Vancouver, WA Authorizing Use of Instant Runoff Voting

Energy Policy

Also check out "Municipal Electricity"

  1. Albuquerque, NM Renewable Energy Initiative
  2. Annapolis, MD Energy Efficiency Task Force Recommendations
  3. Aspen, CO Renewable Energy
  4. Austin Peay State Univ., TN Student Referendum on Campus Renewable Energy
  5. Bainbridge Island, WA Promoting Renewable Energy
  6. Battle Creek, MI Renewable Energy Policy
  7. Benson, MN Establishing a Renewable Energy Center
  8. Berkeley, CA Designation as Automatic Aggregator of Electricity
  9. Berkeley, CA Renewable Energy
  10. Boulder, CO Citizens Pass First Carbon Tax in Nation
  11. California Communities Stringent Green Building Policies
  12. Chicago, IL Energy Plan
  13. College of the Atlantic, ME Carbon Net-Zero Proclamation
  14. Columbia, SC Intent on Becoming a Leader in Fuel Cell Technology (2006)
  15. Columbia, SC Promoting the Use of Fuel Cells (2007)
  16. Fairbanks, AK Urging Development of Hydrogen Fuel
  17. Hereford, TX Supporting Designation of Competitive Renewable Energy Zones in the Texas Panhandle
  18. Hudson Valley Community College, NY Methane/Natural Gas Cogeneration Facility
  19. Los Angeles, CA Dept of Water and Power Rooftop Solar Incentive
  20. Madison, WI Taking a Leadership Role in Renewable and Sustainable Energy
  21. Middletown, CT Support for Connecticut "Clean Energy Community" Program
  22. Mill Valley, CA Fee Waivers for Solar Energy Systems
  23. Nederland, CO Implementation of Energy Goals
  24. Newark, DE Increasing the City's Purchases of Renewable Energy
  25. Portland, OR Implementation of Recommendations from the Peak Oil Task Force
  26. Richmond, CA In Support of Solar Energy
  27. Sacramento, CA to buy Solar Energy from Customers
  28. San Diego, CA Regional Energy Plan
  29. San Francisco, CA Energy Independence Initiative
  30. San Francisco, CA Renewable Energy Initiative
  31. Santa Clara County, CA Fuel Cell Advancement Initiative
  32. Suffolk County, NY Purchasing Power from Renewable Sources
  33. Taos, NM Adopting the EPA's Energy Star Challenge
  34. Taos, NM Commitment To Clean Energy
  35. Tompkins County, NY In Support of Wind Energy Project
  36. Ulster County, NY Purchase And Use Of Renewable Wind Energy
  37. Washington, DC Encourages Hybrids and Discourages SUVs

Farm and Food Policies

Farm-Related

  1. Model: Right to Farm Ordinance from Massachusetts
  2. Ashtabula County, OH Soil And Water Conservation District Farmland Preservation Executive Summary
  3. Bernards Township, NJ Farmland Preservation Resolution
  4. Davis, CA Right to Farm & Farmland Preservation Ordinance
  5. Jefferson County, NY Right to Farm Law
  6. Larimer County, CO Right to Farm Resolution
  7. Livermore, CA Right to Farm Ordinance
  8. Mt. Pleasant, MI Resolution on Farmland Preservation Program
  9. New York, NY In Support of Fair-Trade Certified Coffee
  10. Oglala Sioux Tribe (SD) Ordinance on the Growing of Industrial Hemp
  11. Prescott College, AZ Community Supported Agriculture Program
  12. San Francisco, CA Urging Against the Purchase of Eggs Produced by Caged Hens
  13. Walworth County, WI Comprehensive Land Use and Farmland Preservation Ordinance
  14. Washington Township, MO Farmland Protection
  15. West Hollywood, CA Opposing Abusive Farming Practice Regarding Egg-Laying Hens

Food-Related

  1. Bates College, ME Local Food Initiative
  2. Berea College, KY Local Food Initiative
  3. Berkeley, CA School District Organic and Local Food
  4. Berkeley, CA School Board Resolution Against Irradiated Meat
  5. Dallas. TX Requires Local Food in Farmer's Markets
  6. Emory University, GA Sustainable Food Initiative
  7. Horry County, SC School Board Policy on "Competitive Foods"
  8. Los Angeles, CA School Board Resolution Prohibiting The Use of Irradiated Food
  9. San Francisco, CA Unified School District Wellness Policy
  10. Seattle, WA Resolution on Strengthening the City's Food System Sustainability and Security
  11. Seattle, WA School Board Policy on “Competitive Foods” (Junk Food)
  12. Washington, DC School Board Resolution Prohibiting the Use of Irradiated Food

Genetic Engineering

  1. Sample Ordinance Banning Genetically Engineered Food
  2. Sample Ordinance Banning Genetically Modified Crops
  3. Sample Resolution for Labeling of Genetically Engineered Foods
  4. Amherst, MA Resolution on a Legislative Moratorium on Genetically Engineered Foods & Crops
  5. Arcata, CA Ordinance to Regulate Genetically Engineered Organisms
  6. Berkeley, CA Opposing Efforts to Impede Local Governments from Regulating GE Plants and Food
  7. Boulder, CO Bans Genetically Engineered Crops from City-Owned Land
  8. Brooklin, ME Votes to be GMO-Free Zone
  9. Charlemont, MA Resolution on a Moratorium on Genetically Engineered Crops
  10. Cleveland, OH Resolution Concerning the Labeling of Genetically Manipulated Foods
  11. Mendocino County, CA Bans Genetically Altered Crops and Animals
  12. Minneapolis, MN City Council Passes Strong Anti-GE Pro-Organic Food Resolution
  13. Point Arena, CA Genetically Modified Organisms Ordinance
  14. San Francisco, CA Board Passes Anti-GE Food Resolution
  15. San Luis Obispo County, CA Failed Initiative to Prohibit the Growing of Genetically Engineered Organisms
  16. Santa Cruz, CA Ordinance Establishing a Moratorium on Genetically Engineered Crops
  17. Santa Fe County, NM Declaration of Seed Sovereignty
  18. St. Paul, MN City Council Passes Resolution on Genetically Engineered Food
  19. Sonoma County, CA Ordinance to Prevent Agricultural & Environmental Contamination from Genetically Engineered Organisms
  20. Trinity County, CA Ordinance on Genetically Engineered Organisms

Green Business

  1. Kirkland, WA Green Business Program
  2. Marin County, CA Green Business Program
  3. Orlando, FL Green Business Program
  4. Sacramento County, CA Sustainable Business Program
  5. San Diego County, CA Green Business Program
  6. San Francisco, CA Green Business Program
  7. San Francisco, CA Municipal Code Pertaining to Green Business Program
  8. San Mateo County, CA Green Business Program

Health

  1. Albany County, NY Phase Out of Trans Fat
  2. Berkeley, CA "Stop Cancer Where It Starts"
  3. Burlington, VT In Support of Universal Health Care
  4. Ithaca, NY Health Alliance
  5. King County, WA Promoting Healthy Eating and Active Living
  6. Los Angeles, CA School Board Resolution on Obesity Prevention
  7. Montgomery County, MD Board of Health Restriction on Trans Fat Use in Eating and Drinking Establishments
  8. Nashville, TN Declaring Diabetes Day
  9. Nashville, TN Delivery of Services for Minority Individuals Affected and Infected with HIV/AIDS
  10. Nassau County, NY Ordinance Pertaining to Artificial Trans Fats
  11. North Royalton, OH Recognizing World AIDS Day (2007)
  12. Oakland, CA In Support of Universal Health Care
  13. Oakland, CA Recognizing Critical Public Health Crisis with Regards to the AIDS Epidemic
  14. Oklahoma City, OK "This City is Going On A Diet" Initiative
  15. Richmond, CA In Support of Universal Health Care
  16. San Francisco, CA Health Care Accountability
  17. San Francisco, CA In Support of "It's OUR Healthcare" Principles
  18. St. Louis, MO Examining the Issue of Infant Mortality
  19. Ulster County, NY In Support of Universal Health Care
  20. Yolo County, CA In Support of Breastfeeding
  21. Yolo County, CA Recognizing World AIDS Day

Housing

  1. Ashland, OR Fair Housing
  2. Austin, TX Equal Employment/Fair Housing
  3. Beavercreek, OH Fair Housing
  4. Bellevue, WA Affordable Housing
  5. Bellingham, WA Tax Exemptions For Multi-Family Housing
  6. Bethlehem, PA Fair Housing
  7. Contra Costa County, CA Affordable Housing
  8. Fremont, CA Housing Scholarship Program
  9. Hennepin County, MN Three-Month Moratorium on Foreclosures
  10. Howard County, IN Fair Housing
  11. Kenosha, WI Fair Housing
  12. Kirkland, WA Affordable Housing
  13. Montgomery County, MD Moderately Priced Dwelling Units
  14. Olympia, WA Multi-Family Dwelling Tax Exemption
  15. Port Townsend, WA Development Charge Deferrals for Low-Income Housing
  16. Portland, OR Affordable Housing
  17. Portland, OR Alternative Design Density Overlay Zone
  18. Redmond, WA Affordable Housing
  19. Sacramento County, CA Affordable Housing
  20. San Diego, CA Affordable Housing
  21. San Mateo, CA Below Market Inclusionary Program
  22. Santa Fe, NM Affordable Housing Roundtable
  23. Sarasota, FL Downtown Density Bonus and Attainable Housing Policy
  24. St. Louis, MO Affordable Housing
  25. Silver City, NM Fair Housing
  26. Stevens County, MN Fair Housing
  27. Teton County, WY Affordable Housing
  28. Vancouver, WA Accessory Dwelling Units

Human Rights

  1. Alexandria, VA Human Rights
  2. Arlington County, VA Human Rights
  3. Bozeman, MT Supporting the Diversity of the Community
  4. Burlington, VT Calling for the Suspension of School of the Americas
  5. Champaign, IL Human Rights
  6. Columbus, IN Human Rights and Discrimination
  7. Cook County, IL Human Rights
  8. Des Moines, IA Human Rights
  9. Fargo, ND "Stuff the Bus" Campaign
  10. Indianapolis, IN Human Relations and Equal Opportunity
  11. Laramie, WY Bias Crime Reporting
  12. Michigan City, IN Human Rights
  13. Nashville, TN In Support of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals
  14. New York, NY Recognizing Human Trafficking as a Crime
  15. Oakland, CA Resolution on Public Retirement Funds Being Invested In Companies Doing Business with Sudan
  16. Philadelphia, PA Sets Day In Support of Torture Victims
  17. Richland, WA Human Rights
  18. San Francisco, CA Immigrant Rights Commission Promoting an "INS Raid-Free Zone"
  19. Spokane, WA Human Rights
  20. St. Paul, MN Human Rights
  21. Tulsa, OK Human Rights
  22. Urbana, IL Human Rights
  23. Westminster College, MO "ONE Project"

Impeachment

  1. Model Resolution for Cities and Counties Calling for the Impeachment Bush and Cheney
  2. AFSCME Local 2083 Resolution for Bush to Step Down or be Impeached
  3. Arcata, CA "2006 New Years Resolution" Demands Impeachment or Resignation of Bush and Cheney
  4. Amherst, MA Resolution to Impeach Bush and Cheney
  5. Carrboro, NC Resolution Calling for the Impeachment of President George W. Bush
  6. Detroit, MI Resolution for Impeachment of Bush and Cheney
  7. Fairfax, CA Resolution to Impeach Bush and Cheney
  8. Madison, WI Urging Congress to Begin Impeachment Investigation of Bush and Cheney
  9. Rockingham, VT Resolution to Impeach Bush and Cheney
  10. Takoma Park, MD Resolution for Impeachment of Bush & Cheney
  11. Ulster County, NY Resolution on Possible Impeachment for High Crimes
  12. West Hollywood, CA Resolution for Impeachment of Bush and Cheney
  13. Woodstock, NY Possible Grounds for Impeachment of Bush and Cheney

Labor Issues

  1. Edmonds, WA Promoting the Use of Apprentices in Public Works Projects
  2. Elk Valley Rancheria Tribal Council, CA Gaming Employment Rights
  3. Itasca, IL Joint Prevailing Wage Resolution
  4. Nashville, TN In Support of the Employee Free Choice Act
  5. Pennsylvania AFL-CIO Resolution on the Right of Immigrant Workers to Organize
  6. San Francisco, CA Paid Sick Leave
  7. San Francisco, CA Urging State University System to Hire for Greater Workforce Diversity
  8. San Jose, CA Prevailing Wage Policy
  9. Santa Cruz, CA In Support of Food and Commercial Workers in Contract Negotiations
  10. Stockbridge-Munsee (WI) Tribal Law on Prevailing Wages

Land Use

Community Gardens

  1. Anchorage, AK GardenPlots Policy
  2. Auckland, New Zealand Community Gardens Policy
  3. Boise, ID Community Garden Policy
  4. Davis, CA Community Garden Policies
  5. Des Moines, IA Pertaining to Right-of-Way and Community Gardens
  6. Nashville, TN Interim Policy on Community Gardens
  7. Saanich, British Columbia Community Gardens Policy
  8. Seattle, WA Community Gardens Program
  9. Vancouver, British Columbia Community Gardens Policy
  10. Woollahra, Australia Municipal Council Draft on Community Gardens Policy

Misc. Land Use Policies

  1. Broward County, FL Beach Glass Project
  2. Montpelier, VT Conservation Fund
  3. Washington Township, MO Cluster Housing

Open Space Preservation

  1. Camden, United Kingdom Protection of Open Space Designations
  2. Dunn, WI Land Use Planning and Open Space Preservation
  3. Spokane County, WA Conservation Futures Program

Smart Growth Policies

  1. Austin, TX Smart Growth Initiative
  2. Carlsbad, CA Livable Communities
  3. Manchester, VT Community Vision
  4. Montgomery County, PA Green Fields/Green Towns Program
  5. Poulsbo, WA Adopts Smart Growth Goals
  6. San Francisco, CA Livable Communities
  7. San Francisco Bay Area, CA Smart Growth Strategy/Regional Livability Footprint Project
  8. Suffolk County, NY Smart Growth Policy Implementation

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender

  1. Gulf Islands School District (Canada) Pro-Active Diversity Policy
  2. Illinois Federation of Teachers Resolution in Support of Civil Marriage
  3. New York, NY In Support of the Uniting American Families Act
  4. Oakland, CA Resolution in Support of Civil Marriage for Same-Sex Couples
  5. San Francisco, CA Commending the Latino Transgender Community
  6. San Francisco, CA Condemning Iran for Executing Gay and Lesbian Iranians
  7. Seattle, WA Resolution on Developing Effective Options for Resolving Discrimination in City Employment
  8. Takoma Park, MD Resolution in Support of Same Sex Marriage

Living Wage

Includes entries focused on Living Wages and Minimum Wages

  1. Allen Park, MI Living Wage
  2. Alexandria, VA Living Wage
  3. Atlanta, GA Living Wage
  4. Austin, TX Living Wage
  5. Berkeley, CA Living Wage
  6. Bloomington, IN Living Wage
  7. Bozeman, MT Living Wage
  8. Buffalo, NY Living Wage
  9. Cambridge, MA Living Wage
  10. Corvallis, OR Living Wage
  11. Dade County, FL Living Wage
  12. Denver, CO Living Wage
  13. Irvine, CA Living Wage Requirements
  14. Lawrence Township, NJ Council Large Retail Living Wage and Benefits
  15. Lincoln, NE Living Wage
  16. Madison, WI Living Wage
  17. Marin County, CA Living Wage
  18. Minneapolis, MN Living Wage
  19. Oakland, CA Living Wage
  20. Richmond, CA Living Wage
  21. San Diego, CA Living Wage
  22. San Francisco, CA Minimum Compensation Living Wage
  23. San Francisco, CA Minimum Wage Initiative
  24. San Jose, CA Living Wage Policy
  25. Santa Barbara, CA Living Wage
  26. Santa Cruz, CA Ordinance Pertaining to the Payment of a Living Wage
  27. Santa Fe, NM Living Wage
  28. Santa Monica, CA Living Wage
  29. Suffolk County, NY Living Wage
  30. Washtenaw County, MI Living Wage

Marijuana

  1. Ann Arbor, MI Medicinal Marijuana Initiative
  2. Berkeley, CA Marijuana Ordinance
  3. Breckenridge, CO Medicinal Marijuana Initiative
  4. Burlington, VT Medicinal Marijuana
  5. California City Guidelines for Medicinal Marijuana
  6. Oakland, CA Resolution in Respect of Safe and Affordable Access to Medical Cannabis
  7. San Francisco, CA Condemning Prosecution of Medical Marijuana by Federal Government
  8. San Francisco, CA Urging Medical Cannabis Dispensaries to Better Serve Low and No Income Patients
  9. Traverse City, MI Marijuana Decriminalization

Municipal Electricity

  1. Auburn, NY Voters Approve Municipal Power Ownership
  2. Six Iowa Communities Move on Municipal Electricity
  3. Rolfe and Wellman, IA Vote to Approve Municipal Electricity

Nuclear Free

  1. Allegany County, NY in Regards to Labeling of Depleted Uranium Shipments
  2. Arcata, CA Nuclear Weapons Free Zone and Peace Commission
  3. Canada Bay (Australia) Nuclear Free Zone
  4. Davis, CA Resolution To Ban the use of Depleted Uranium
  5. East Windsor, CT Nuclear Free Zone Ordinance
  6. Great Plains Tribal Chairman's Association (SD) Resolution Opposing Uranium Mining
  7. Lane County, OR Nuclear Free Zone
  8. Las Vegas, NV Prohibition Against the Transport of High-Level Nuclear Waste
  9. Missoula County, MT Nuclear Free Zone
  10. Olympia, WA Resolution Calling for the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
  11. Santa Cruz, CA Nuclear Free Zone
  12. Subiaco (Australia) Nuclear Free Zone
  13. Takoma Park, MD Nuclear Free Zone Act
  14. The Dalles, OR Nuclear Free Zone Ordinance

Participatory Governance

  1. Introduction and information on participatory budgeting
  2. Albany, NY Citizens' Police Review Board
  3. Apache Junction, AZ Citizen Leadership Institute
  4. Canada: 4 Examples of Participatory Budgeting
  5. King County, WA Enhancing Citizen Participation in County Government
  6. Pittsburgh, PA Citizen Police Review Board
  7. Prince William County, VA Strategic-Based Budget Process
  8. Salt Lake City, UT Police Civilian Review Board
  9. San Diego County, CA Citizens Law Enforcement Review Board
  10. Seattle, WA Neighborhood Matching Fund Program
  11. Springfield, MO Municipal Government Academy
  12. Tucson, AZ Citizen Police Advisory Review Board

Peace and Nonviolence

General

  1. Kalamazoo, MI In Support of the U.S. Department of Peace Legislation
  2. Kansas City, MO Honoring the Hip Hop Community for Their Efforts to Stop Violence
  3. San Jose, CA In Support of a Federal Department of Peace and Nonviolence

Peace Initiatives

Resource link: Cities for Peace

  1. AFSCME Local 2627 Anti-war Resolution
  2. AFSCME Local 1000 Troop Withdrawal
  3. Alameda, CA Iraq Resolution
  4. Arcata, CA Resolution
  5. Baltimore, MD Resolution
  6. Berkeley, CA Peace and Justice Commission on Becoming a Sanctuary for Conscientious Objectors
  7. Berkeley, CA Resolution
  8. Binghamton, NY Bring the Troops Home
  9. Burlington, VT Opposing Unilateral United States' Military Action Against Iraq
  10. Chicago, IL Resolution
  11. Corvallis, OR Bring the Troops Home
  12. Davis, CA Resolution
  13. Evanston, IL Resoltion
  14. Fairbanks, AK Resolution Calling on Rumsfeld to Resign
  15. Fairfax, CA Opposes Iraq War
  16. Gary, IN Urges Immediate Troop Withdrawal
  17. Landsdowne, PA Bring the Troops Home
  18. Los Angeles, CA Against Iraq War
  19. Maplewood, NJ Bring the Troops Home
  20. Massachusetts 130 Townships Call for Troop Withdrawal
  21. Missoula, MT Referendum Sent to Voters on War in Iraq
  22. Oakland, CA Resolution Against the War
  23. Oakland, CA Resolution Opposing War with Iran
  24. Philadelphia, PA Bring the Troops Home
  25. Port Townsend, WA Bring the Troops Home
  26. Portland, OR Bring the Troops Home
  27. Sacramento, CA Calls for Withdrawal from Iraq
  28. San Francisco Unified School District, CA Military Counter Recruitment
  29. San Francisco, CA Anti-War Initiative
  30. Santa Barbara, CA Resolution Against the War
  31. Santa Cruz, CA Calls to Withdraw Calif National Guard
  32. Santa Cruz, CA Opposing Preemptive Military Action Against Iran
  33. Santa Monica, CA Resolution Against a Preemptive Military Strike
  34. South Charleston, WV for Immediate Withdrawal
  35. United Autoworkers Local 393 Cut Off Funding for the Iraq War
  36. Vermont Iraq War Resolutions in 50 Towns
  37. Wisconsin Iraq withdrawal initiatives

Procurement Policies

See "Buy Green" Policy

Recycling

Food Packaging

  1. Berkeley, CA Polystyrene Foam, Degradable and Recyclable Food Packaging
  2. Freeport, ME Styrofoam
  3. Malibu, CA Polystyrene
  4. Oakland, CA Green Food Packaging
  5. Santa Cruz County, CA Polystyrene
  6. Santa Monica, CA Bans Non-Recyclable Plastic Disposable Food Containers
  7. Sonoma County, CA Polystyrene Ordinance
  8. St. Paul, MN Plastic Packaging

General Recycling

  1. Alamance County, NC Recycling
  2. Alexandria, VA Recycling
  3. Belgrade, ME Recycling
  4. Berkeley, CA Prohibition on Recyclable Poaching
  5. Buffalo, NY Recycling
  6. Burrville, RI Recycling
  7. Collier County, FL Recycling
  8. Contra Costa County, CA Recycling
  9. Cottage Grove, WI Recycling
  10. Douglas County, WI Recycling
  11. Durham, NC Recycling
  12. Grafton, WI Recycling
  13. Honolulu, HI Recycling
  14. Lisbon, ME Recycling
  15. Litchfield, ME Recycling
  16. McHenry County, IL Recycling
  17. Meredith, NH Recycling
  18. Monroe County, NY Recycling
  19. Oakland, CA Excess Litter Fee
  20. Pittsfield, WI Recycling
  21. Portland, OR Recycling
  22. Presque Isle, WI Recycling
  23. Rusk County, WI Recycling
  24. St Croix County, WI Recycling
  25. St Louis, MO Disposal and Recycling of Cellular Phones
  26. Taos, NM Recycling of Obsolete Computer Monitors and Printers
  27. (Central) VT recycling
  28. Verona, WI Recycling
  29. Wayne County, NC Recycling
  30. York, NY Recycling

Zero Waste

  1. Model Zero Waste Resolution
  2. Apple Valley, CA Zero Waste Long-Term Goal
  3. Berkeley, CA Solid Waste Management Commission Becomes Zero Waste Commission
  4. Boulder, CO Declaring a Zero Waste Community
  5. Carrboro, NC Creation of a Zero Waste Plan
  6. Fairfax, CA Adoption of Zero Waste as a Goal
  7. Oakland, CA Zero Waste Strategic Plan
  8. San Francisco, CA Commission on the Environment Zero Waste Goal
  9. Santa Cruz, CA Encouraging a Zero Waste Long-Term Goal
  10. Seattle, WA Zero Waste Goals

Smart Growth

See "Land Use"

(Public) Smoking

  1. Model Ordinance Eliminating Smoking in All Workplaces and Public Places
  2. Anchorage, AK Prohibition of Smoking in Public Places Ordinance
  3. Charleston, SC Smoke-Free Ordinance
  4. Decatur, AL Smoke-Free Ordinance
  5. Eau Claire, WI Smoking Prohibited in Inside Restaurants
  6. Gwinnett County, GA Clean Indoor Air Ordinance
  7. Hattiesburg, MS Anti-Smoking Ordinance
  8. Hawaii County, HI Prohibition of Smoking in Certain Places
  9. Hennepin County, MN Smoke-Free Ordinance
  10. Laramie, WY Smoking in Public Places
  11. Louisville, KY Smoke Free Ordinance
  12. Ramsey County, MN Smoke-Free Restaurant Ordinance
  13. Santa Fe, NM Smoke Free Ordinance
  14. Taos, NM Prohibiting Smoking in Any Indoor Workplace
  15. Vanderburgh County, IN Smoke Free Ordinance

Sustainability Policies

Buildings & Design

  1. Alameda County, CA County Buildings must be LEED Certified
  2. American Society of Civil Engineers - The Role of the Civil Engineer in Sustainable Development
  3. Arlington, MA Requires Silver LEED Rating for All New Construction and Renovations
  4. Atlanta, GA LEED Building Design
  5. Austin, TX Zero Energy Capable Homes
  6. Lafayette, CO Strategies to Modify Building Energy Code Elements
  7. Little Rock, AR Sustainable Practices for City-Owned Buildings
  8. Madison, WI Requiring New City Buildings to Be Certified as Green Buildings
  9. New York, NY LEED Building Design
  10. San Diego, CA Sustainable Building Policy
  11. San Mateo County, CA Sustainable Building Policy
  12. Santa Rosa, CA Creation of a Green Building Policy - Council Advisory Committee
  13. Scottsdale, AZ Green Building Program
  14. St Louis, MO Sustainable Building Ordinance
  15. Taos, NM Requesting Grant to Create a Sustainable Building Ordinance

General

  1. Austin, TX Sustainable Communities Initiative
  2. Burlington, VT Sustainability
  3. Chattanooga, TN Sustainability Plan
  4. Dallas, TX Launches "GreenDallas.net"
  5. Londonderry, NH Eco-Industrial Park
  6. Madison, WI Adopting the Natural Step Model for Eco-Municipalities
  7. Martin County, FL Vision for Sustainability
  8. Mercer Island, WA Creation of a City-Wide Carbon Footprint
  9. Minnesota Sustainable Development Initiative
  10. Morgan Hill, CA Environmental Agenda
  11. New Pattonsburg, MO Charter of Sustainability
  12. New York University, NY Sustainability Task Force
  13. Northern Arizona University, AZ "A University Going Green"
  14. Olympia, WA Sustainable City Initiative
  15. Oregon Solutions for a Sustainable Future
  16. Oregon State University Student Sustainability Initiative
  17. Santa Monica, CA Sustainable City Program
  18. Steele County, Minn -- Green Source 2020
  19. Taos, NM Resolution on Sustainability
  20. Tucson, AZ "Livable Tucson"
  21. Vancouver, British Columbia Livable Region Strategic Plan

Toxics and Pollution

  1. Model Ordinance for Fertilizer Application
  2. Model Ordinance for Reducing Air Pollution By Regulating Woodburning Appliances
  3. Albany County, NY “Pesticide Sunset”
  4. Ann Arbor, MI Mercury Thermometer Ban
  5. Ashland, OR Limiting the Use of Pesticides in the City
  6. Berkeley, CA Actions to Eliminate Anthropogenic Sources of Dioxin Pollution
  7. Borough of Brielle, NJ Support for the Clean Ocean Zone
  8. Carrboro, NC Least Toxic Integrated Pest Management Policy
  9. Duluth, MN Mercury Thermometer Ban
  10. Emery United School District, CA Resolution for Healthy, Environmentally Sound Schools
  11. King County, WA Clean-Up of Toxic Waste
  12. Marin County, CA Elimination of Dioxin Emissions
  13. Multnomah County, OR Development of a Toxics Reduction Strategy
  14. Sacramento, CA Wood Stove and Wood Fireplace Change Out Incentive Program
  15. San Anselmo, CA Integrated Pest Management Program
  16. San Francisco, CA Promoting Alternatives to Chemically-Treated Wood Utility Poles
  17. San Francisco, CA Ban on Clopyralid and other Pesticides that are Persistent in Compost
  18. San Francisco, CA Mercury Thermometer Ban
  19. San Francisco, CA Urging Ratification of International Convention for Prevention of Pollution from Ships
  20. Santa Cruz, CA Opposing Light Brown Apple Moth Spraying
  21. Sarasota County, FL Integrated Pest Management Practices
  22. Seattle, WA Plan Reduction of Bioaccumulative Toxic Chemicals
  23. Tulsa, OK Partners for a Clean Environment
  24. Vilas County, WI Support of Ban on Fishing Tackle Containing Lead

Transportation

Electric-Powered

  1. Model Ordinance Promoting the Use of Electric-Assisted Bikes and Scooters
  2. Black River Falls, WI Regulation of Neighborhood Electric Vehicles
  3. Lake Mills, WI Authorizing Operation of Neighborhood Electric Vehicles
  4. Santa Rosa, CA Supporting the Use of "ZAP" Electric Bikes and Scooters
  5. Urbana, IL Authorizing Use of Neighborhood Electric Vehicles in University District

Foot-Powered

  1. Model Action Plan for Bicycle Friendly Communities
  2. Carrboro, NC Resolution Regarding Bicycle Friendly Communities
  3. Davis, CA Resolution Regarding a Bicycle Advisory Commission
  4. Fargo, ND Metropolitan Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan
  5. Las Cruces, NM Resolution on Bicycle Parking Design Standards
  6. Lemoore, CA Resolution to Adopt Regional Bicycle Plan
  7. Little Rock, AR Action Plan to Establish a Bicycle-Friendly Community
  8. Madison, WI "Making Madison the Best Place in the Country to Bicycle"
  9. Olympia, WA Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee
  10. Overland Park, KS Resolution to Facilitate Bicycle Usage
  11. Portland, OR Bicycle Master Plan
  12. Sioux Falls, SD Bicycle Plan
  13. Wilsonville, OR Resolution Regarding Funding of a Shared Bicycle and Pedestrian Path

Gas-Powered

  1. Model No-Idling Resolution
  2. Model Local Billboard Prohibition Ordinance
  3. Long Beach, CA Reduction of Railroad Yard Diesel Emissions
  4. Maricopa County, AZ Vehicle Idling Restriction Ordinance
  5. Middlebury College, VT ZipCar Program
  6. Nashville and Davidson County, TN Resolution on Regulation of Sidewalk Obstructions
  7. New York City, NY Purchasing Clean Vehicles
  8. New York City, NY Reduce Diesel Emissions
  9. New York City, NY Pollution from Buses
  10. Oakland, CA Establishing "Green Fleet" Policies and Procedures
  11. Olympia, WA Low Emission Standards for Washington State
  12. Pittsburgh, PA Declaring "Car Free Day"
  13. Rockland County, NY Ultra low sulfur diesel fuel and best available retrofit technology act
  14. San Francisco, CA Clean Ferry Resolution
  15. San Francisco, CA Resolution for an Alternative Fuels Bus Program
  16. Santa Rosa, CA Support for Cleaner Burning Alternative Fuels
  17. Seattle, WA Clean Green Fleets Action Plan

Wetlands

  1. Austin, TX Watershed Protections
  2. Cambridge, MA Resolution on Watershed Protection
  3. Fairfax, CA Resolution to Protect Stream Conservation Areas
  4. Grand Junction, CO Watershed Protection Ordinance
  5. Ocean County, NJ Dune Protection

Wildlife

  1. Model Ordinance Pertaining to a Prohibition to Feeding Wild Animals
  2. Ashland, OR Support of the Endangered Species Act
  3. Aspen, CO Wildlife Protection
  4. Chicago, IL Invasive Species Ordinance
  5. Colorado County Prairie Dog Protection
  6. Davie, FL Clearing of Potential Wildlife Habitat
  7. Hillsboro Beach, FL Sea Turtle Lighting Ordinance
  8. Jefferson County, NY Urging Control of Aquatic Invasive Species
  9. Lee County, FL Sea Turtle Protection Ordinance
  10. Pitkin County, CO Wildlife Protection
  11. San Juan County, WA Killer Whale Protection Ordinance
  12. Skagit County, WA Pertaining to Salmon Recovery Efforts
  13. Skamania County, WA Fish and Wildlife Protection
  14. Vigan City (Philippines) Establishing a Marine Turtle Hatchery

Women's Rights

  1. Bainbridge Island, WA In Support of the Violence Against Women Act
  2. Broward County, FL Commission on the Status of Women
  3. Cook County, IL Resolution Supporting Ratification by the U.S. of CEDAW
  4. Humboldt County, CA Commission on the Status of Women
  5. Mercer County, PA Establishing a Commission for Women
  6. Oakland, CA Resolution in Support of CEDAW
  7. Philadelphia, PA Pro-Choice City Status
  8. Santa Cruz County, CA Resolution Supporting Ratification by the U.S. of CEDAW
  9. Somerville, MA Women's Commission

Youth

  1. Austin, TX City Employee Mentoring/Tutoring Program
  2. Glendale, AZ Mayor’s Youth Advisory Commission
  3. Grand Forks, ND Youth Commission
  4. Indianapolis, IN After School Projects
  5. Janesville, WI Summer Camp Scholarship Program
  6. Janesville, WI Youth in Government Program
  7. Kitsap County, WA Declaring Youth Mentoring Month
  8. Louisville, KY Summer Camp Scholarships
  9. San Jose, CA After School Programs
  10. Summit County, OH Youth Employment for Success
  11. Taos, NM Allowing Town Employees Time Off to Participate in Big Brothers/Big Sisters Program
  12. Taos, NM Creating the Mayor's Youth Advisory Committee
  13. Woodinville, WA Establishing a Recreation Scholarship Fund

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