We interrupt the broadcast on Trump to bring you some good news!

July 17, 2018

In a week of even more Trump awfulness, we see a tiny ray of light…

Move to Amend’s National Lobby Days have proven to be vital to our ongoing success, and this year's Lobby Day was no exception.

Thanks to the amazing affiliate volunteers who met with their representatives in June in Washington DC we have secured 4 new co-sponsors for the We the People Amendment (so far)!

Dig Your Heels In - And Bring Those Signatures!

July 5, 2018

That Donald Trump will have the opportunity to appoint a second justice to the Supreme Court is frightening. Trump will choose a candidate much further to Kennedy's right, and that should be enough to send shivers down anyone's spine.  On occasion, Kennedy leaned left around some civil liberties matters, but he was one of the five justices who aways supported the rights of corporations over the rights of We the People, and he wasn't very good on race, economic or governance issues generally.

Janus v. AFSCME Supreme Court Decision Likely to Cripple Unions, Further Empowers Corporations

June 27, 2018

Today’s Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), Supreme Court ruling means that millions of public employees will have the ability to opt out of financially supporting unions, even though their unions must continue to bargain on their behalf.

Janus is modeled after so-called “right to work” private sector laws in 28 states. In those states, median household incomes are $8,174 less than in non-right to work states, people under 65 are 46 percent more likely to be uninsured, infant mortality rates are 12 percent higher, and workplace deaths occur 49 percent more often, according to National Nurses United, a labor union strongly opposed to the decision.