Amendment Resolution Passed in Provincetown, Massachusetts

People across the country are reclaiming their democracy by encouraging their local townships to pass resolutions in support of amending the constitution in response to the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United. On Monday, April 4, 2011, a resolution calling for a constitutional amendment was passed at the Annual Town Meeting, in Provincetown, Massachusetts. The resolution will now be sent to the state and federal legislators serving Provincetown, as well as the governor of Massachusetts, urging them to take action at the state level. To read the resolution and view the vote (page 33-34 of document), please Click Here.

Congratulations to Provincetown community members on their great efforts to ensure the passing of a resolution in their town.

The success in Provincetown serves as an important example of the power that individuals have to ensure their democracy is governed for, of and by the people. To encourage your legislators to pass a resolution in your state, Click Here.

 
 
 

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