Move to Amend Tucson

Date Established: 

November 2011

We are the local Move to Amend affiliate for Tucson, Pima County, and Southern Arizona. If the information on this national Move to Amend website excites you and you would like to participate in some of the events and projects listed below please contact us.

The Tucson Chapter meets the 1st Thursday of each month:

Where: Ward 6 Council Office
   3202 E. 1st St.
   Tucson, AZ  85716

Time:  7pm – 8:30pm

Cost:  Free…donations gratefully accepted
Refreshments will be served

Our projects include: 

  • Reach out to like-minded local groups for endorsements or create collaboration in upcoming events.

  • Provide speakers to local clubs and associations.

  • Attend local meetings of congressional representatives to lobby for our cause.

Interested in helping with these projects? Or have ideas of your own? Contact Tucson Move to Amend via email: tucson [at]

Margo Newhouse - Co-chairperson

Diane Saull - Co-chairperson

"We The People" - Barnstorming Tour, Tucson - November 6th, 2014



Move to Amend Reports on Occupy Oak Flat with Tribal Councilman Wendsler Nosie

May 25, 2015

Move to Amend brings you voices from the movement to amend the Constitution through our internet radio program. Every Thursday at 5pm Pacific/8pm Eastern. This is a call-in program. Call (646) 652-2345 and press 1 to participate.

This week features Tribal Councilman Wendsler Nosie of the San Carlos Apache Tribe to talk with us about the ongoing occupation of their sacred Oak Flat region, in protest of Arizona's land exchange with mining company Resolution Copper, a subsidiary of London-based multinational corporation Rio Tinto.

Pay 2 Play

Pay 2 Play
February 15, 2015

If you think our democracy is in peril due to a string of disastrous Supreme Court decisions, and you want to know what you can do about it, then you won't want to miss the premier showing in Tucson of PAY 2 PLAY.

Press Coverage

Tucson demonstrators participate in Occupy The Courts

January 20, 2012

TUCSON, AZ (KOLD) - The Occupy Movement turned its focus to the nation's highest court, gathering outside the Supreme Court building in Washington, Friday..

The event was being held near the two-year anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case of Citizens United versus the Federal Election Commission.

The Occupy Movement in Tucson participated in the national demonstration.

Protesters gathered at the federal courthouse downtown.