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Get on board the People’s Caravan with Cindy Weisner, National Coordinator of Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, as it connects the Republican and Democratic Conventions to the growing unrest among the nation's frontline communities. Join us to learn all about it!
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For immediate release: June 23, 2016
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Talking the Talk
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CLEVELAND, Ohio - Clevelanders could vote in November to call on the U.S. Congress to pass a constitutional amendment declaring that corporations are not people and cannot spend unlimited amounts of money in political campaigns.
Move to Amend, a national group pushing to overturn a 2010 Supreme Court decision, submitted a petition Wednesday to Cleveland City Council. The petition has 8,906 signatures, well over the 5,000 required for formal consideration.
If you go to a parade or public festival this weekend, you might see groups collecting signatures for a variety of possible ballot issues. One of those is meant to take the money out of politics.
Listen to the story at http://statenews.org/post/effort-get-secret-money-out-politics-might-be-...
If you go to a parade or public festival this weekend, you might see groups collecting signatures for a variety of issues. One is to try to limit campaign contributions.
The group Move to Amend Ohio has a problem with the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that allows a lot of money from unknown sources to fund political campaigns anonymously.