Richie Davis of the Recorder reports on the introduction of the Democracy For All Amendment by U.S. Representative James McGovern and other members of Congress. The amendment would overturn the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Citizens United. Click here to learn … More »
New York could become the 17th state to call for a constitutional amendment and the first state with a Republican controlled legislature in either house to do so. A bipartisan majority of the NY Assembly signed onto a letter to Congress, calling for an amendment to overturn the Citizens United ruling.
Free Speech For People Co-Founder and President, John Bonifaz is featured in The Hill addressing the growing movement in support of a 28th Amendment to reclaim our republic from the unlimited spending in our elections.
“People say that amending the constitution is ‘too hard’, but history suggests otherwise,” explained Doris Kearns Goodwin on The Ed Show on May 29th. When asked about the 2010 SCOTUS ruling, Kearns Goodwin explained that a 28th Amendment is viable and possible solution to overturn Citizens United.
The New Hampshire Senate voted unanimously to pass a bill calling for a 28th Amendment to the US Constitution to overturn the Supreme Court’s Citizens United v. FEC ruling and to reclaim our democracy.
On Tuesday, February 24, the Bay Area Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society in San Francisco hosted Jeff Clements for a special conversation on how to amend the Constitution and reclaim democracy from special interest groups.
Yesterday, on February 24, Chicagoans went to the polls and 80% of voters (and counting) took a stand against the corrupting influence of big money. Voters in Chicago voted “YES”, in favor of small-donor focused reform that would put the power of politics back in the hands of the people.