Move to Amend is calling on U.S. Senators to oppose the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court because he believes corporations should possess the same inalienable constitutional rights as human beings.
Well, Trump has done it again… But it is no surprise, is it?
Brett Kavanaugh's record is so incredibly anti-women, anti-consumer, and anti-accountability that if confirmed by the Senate, Trump and his corporate crony friends will have made this Supreme Court one of the most radically undemocratic Courts in this nation's history.
Welcome to our monthly live stream, the Move to Amend Live Report! This is the space where we bring you a live look into what’s going down inside the movement to amend the Constitution and legalize democracy. Check out the video recording below to learn the highlights from August and what's coming up in September.
Verizon Wireless' throttling of a fire department that uses its data services has been submitted as evidence in a lawsuit that seeks to reinstate federal net neutrality rules.
"County Fire has experienced throttling by its ISP, Verizon," Santa Clara County Fire Chief Anthony Bowden wrote in a declaration. "This throttling has had a significant impact on our ability to provide emergency services. Verizon imposed these limitations despite being informed that throttling was actively impeding County Fire's ability to provide crisis-response and essential emergency services."
The bomb that was used by the Saudi-led coalition that killed more than 40 children in Yemen earlier this month was sold in an arms deal that was sanctioned by the US State Department.
Munition experts were able to determine that the weapon used to kill dozens on August 9 was a 500lb laser-guided MK 82 bomb made by Lockheed Martin...
The constitution has been amended 27 times! TWENTY-SEVEN! That is 27 times that the people exercised their supreme power and made adjustments.
Today, we celebrate the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which finally ended discrimination against women's right to vote! It's a glorious reminder that all change comes from a group of passionate people who fight until they achieve victory!
The Constitutional Court of Ecuador has issued a long-awaited ruling in favor of those affected by the transnational oil company Chevron, which operated through its subsidiary Texaco in Ecuador between 1964 and 1990. The court rejected the protection action that the company filed in 2013.