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Green Party elects new national co-chairs

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Green Party of the United States is pleased to announce new co-chairs of the party.

The co-chairs were elected by delegates from state Green Parties and Green caucuses at the party's 2015 Annual National Meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, this past weekend. Videos of events at the meeting, which took place at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, are listed with links below.

Ohio Green Party congratulates local activists for efforts regarding marijuana decriminalization.

Columbus OH:   The Ohio Green Party wishes to acknowledge and congratulate the local activists working with SE Ohio NORML for their successful efforts in the city of Logan, OH.   Logan residents will have the chance to vote on an issue this fall, that if passed, would lower the penalties prescribed by law for marijuana possession and cultivation.

Ohio Child Poverty Rate On Rise

CLEVELAND, OH:  The Ohio Green Party notes with regret the fact that, according to a recently released study, the rate of childhood poverty in our state has risen to 23%.

The Children's Defense Fund-Ohio, in association with The Annie E. Casey Foundation, reports that since 2008, the number of Ohio children living in poverty in Ohio has risen from 19% to the current figure.

Final schedule of events for media at the Green Party's 2015 Annual National Meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, July 23-26

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Green Party of the United States has posted its final schedule of events open to media during the party's 2015 Annual National Meeting in St. Louis from July 23 to 26 (http://2015greenpartyconvention.org). The schedule is appended below.

Greens to rally for racial justice at Ferguson Police Dept. during the Green Party's 2015 Annual National Meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, July 23-26

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Green Party of the United States will hold a rally across the street from Ferguson, Missouri Police Headquarters on Saturday, July 25, during the party's Annual National Meeting in St. Louis from July 23 to 26 (http://2015greenpartyconvention.org).

Ohio Green Party Announces Political Director and other positions

Cleveland OH:  The State Central Committee of the Ohio Green Party is proud to announce the filling of several new positions designed to build on our success in the 2014 election, where over 100,000 Ohioans voted for an alternative to the two party system.

Schedule of Events at the Green Party's 2015 Annual National Meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, July 23-26

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Events at the Green Party's 2015 Annual National Meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, will include a forum for Green candidates competing for the party's nomination and a rally for justice in front of the Ferguson Police Department's headquarters.

The meeting will take place on the South Campus of the University of Missouri-Saint Louis (https://www.umsl.edu) from Thursday, July 23, to Sunday, July 26.

Green Party praises Supreme Court's rulings on same-sex marriage

WASHINGTON, DC -- The Green Party of the United States praised the Supreme Court's decisions, announced on Wednesday, on same-sex marriage rights.

Green Party joins lawsuit for inclusion in the presidential debates

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Green Party of the United States has joined in a lawsuit filed in a federal district court in Washington, D.C. on Monday alleging that third-party and independent candidates have been illegally excluded from the televised presidential debates in general elections.

Exclusive: Green Party’s Jill Stein Announces She Is Running for President on Democracy Now!

In a Democracy Now! exclusive, Dr. Jill Stein officially launches her campaign as a Green Party candidate for the 2016 presidential race. "I have a people-powered campaign," Stein notes. "I am running with the only national party that does not take corporate funding." Stein, a physician and activist who first ran in 2012, outlines her platform. She joins the fray as the race for the Democratic Party nomination heats up.

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