Duluth Area Move to Amend

Date Established: 

September 2011

Our Duluth Area Move To Amend meets the 3rd Monday of every month.  You can join us at the Ecolibrium 3 Board Room located at 2304 West Superior Street, Duluth Minnesota.  We start our meetings at 7:00 p.m. and end by 8:30 p.m.  PLEASE JOIN US!

Please feel free to reach out to any of the coordinators listed here by phone, or by email at duluth [at] movetoamend.org

Virg Boehland - 218-260-0784


Move to Amend Reports on Robin & Laird Monahan and the Racial Healing Video Selfie Challenge

May 11, 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 two segments: actor, filmmaker and anti-racism activist Dixon D. White talks about his viral YouTube videos and the Racial Healing Video Selfie Challenge, and Move to Amend grassroot organizers Robin Monahan and Tom Starkey talk about Robin & Laird Monahan’s Walk Across the United States raising awareness about corporate constitutional rights and money as speech.

A Celebration of the Monahan Brothers: Walking the Walk, Talking the Talk of Democracy

March 31, 2015

A Celebration of the Monahan Brothers: Walking the Walk, Talking the Talk of Democracy will be held Saturday, May 16, 2015 on the 5th Anniversary of the start of their walk beginning in San Francisco.  The event is from 1:00 – 4:00 pm at the East Side Freedom Library, 1105 Greenbrier Street, St.

Press Coverage

Citizens United & Corporate Personhood

June 2, 2016

This is an update about where things stand with Citizens United at the local, state, and national level. Our local Duluth MTA now has over 350 FB members. Our state now has over 10,600 members, starting from just a few hundred three years ago, while our national movement now has over 400,000 members. Move to Amend is now working in coordination wth dozens of  other like-minded organizations. Thanks for taking the time to consider this.

Local response: Minnesotans deserve a vote on corporate money in state politics

February 17, 2016

The News Tribune’s Feb. 16 editorial resisted amending our Minnesota Constitution through a ballot process, as outlined in our Minnesota Constitution (Our View: “Don’t let politics alter Constitution”).

The editorial agreed that a problem exists with openness and transparency in Minnesota government but did not agree that the people should be allowed to vote to fix the problem. While the editorial may be correct that the House majority may be counted on to vote as a caucus on this effort to make Minnesota politics more open and transparent, this has gone on for far too long.