Kentucky is home to several local affiliates working to mobilize communities across the 67 counties of the Keystone State.
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Communities in Support
Alongside hundreds of thousands of individuals have signed our Motion to Amend petition, there have been over 700 communities and states that have passed public resolutions, ordinances, and ballot initiatives supporting the We the People Amendment. Below is a list of resolutions that were passed by elected political bodies (i.e. state legislatures, or county/city/town/village councils), residents who voted at Town Hall meetings, or by voters following organized ballot campaigns by Move to Amend supporters in Kentucky.
Passing local resolutions in support of amending the constitution is a great way to educate the public and to send a strong signal to legislators that people care about these issues. Click here for information on how to organize a resolution campaign in your community!
Resolutions & Ordinances Passed
|On October 5, 2015, the Midway City Council passed a resolution calling for a constitutional amendment to reverse Citizens United and related cases that gave human rights to corporations and declared money to be speech. (Click here for more information.)
More than 600 local, state, and national organizations support the passage of the We the People Amendment (in Congress as House Joint Resolution 48). Below is a list of Kentucky-based organizations that formally call on our federal representatives to pass the We the People Amendment, and our local and state representatives to enact resolutions and legislation to advance this effort.
If your organization, business, union, faith community, or local governmental organization would like to sign on as a supporter of this effort, click here to add your endorsement!
Grant Short for Kentucky
Needs for the People Foundation
Salyer Law Office, PLLC
Kentucky's Congressional Delegation
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES