On Friday, August 9th a group of Move to Amend Anchorage volunteers meet with a group of volunteers in Soldotna to discuss efforts on the Kenai Peninsula. The group discussed ways to educate the communities across the peninsula regarding the effects of corporate constitutional rights across Alaska and across our government, as well as the growt
Move to Amend Anchorage, along with several other community sponsors, has invited Jeff Clements, President of American Promise, on a two-week speaking tour across Alaska to build support for a national, cross-partisan movement to win an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to address out-of-control spending in U.S.
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Resolution Passed by Anchorage Assembly
On Tuesday December 18th 2018, the Anchorage Assembly gave the local Move to Amend affiliate an early Christmas gift by unanimously passing a resolution that supports amending the U.S. Constitution to end constitutional rights for artificial persons, and to clarify that money is not free speech.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that Alaska’s campaign finance law limiting out-of-state contributions to candidates violates the First Amendment. This was based on the Supreme Court decision in Citizens United, narrowing the reasons states can limit campaign contributions to preventing “quid pro quo corruption.” This is too narrow.
“We appreciate our allies in this fight against artificial personhood, and the notion that money is “free speech” that is creating a flood of money from everywhere into our election campaigns, and we ask that you broadcast the following information to your members. Hopefully a few will take up the call and round up a friend or family member out
The week of September 17th through 25th was Democracy and Civic Engagement week at UAA. It is the first year for the event, and coincides with Constitution through National Voter Registration Day. MtA volunteers used the Wheel of Misfortune and Timeline of court decisions to educate participants at a public event at the Anchorage Public Librar
Meetings held at the Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2824 E 18th Ave. downstairs at 6:30 to 8PM. every 3rd Thursday of the month. Open to the public. Call our contact for further information.
The Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence, Difficult Dialogues Initiative & Seawolf Debate Program In honor of Constitution Day invite you to a public debate, faculty forum, and discussion: “Corporations are not people.” Wednesday, September 20, 2017 7-9 pm UAA/APU CONSORTIUM LIBRARY RM 307 Free of charge and open to the public featuring