The Resolution will not be assigned an actual number until November or December and, thus, is still considered a “Draft.”
This was introduced by Senator Mike Skindell in 2015.
South Euclid Issue 102 gives residents of our city a genuine opportunity to join a national grassroots movement and get big money out of politics. Issue 102 enables us, as citizens, to tell Washington that 1) money is not free speech--big money (and secret money) in politics should be and can be controlled and regulated and 2) corporations are not people entitled to Constitutional rights intended for human beings only.
A Quaker organization that promotes “lasting peace with justice as a practical expression of faith in action,” the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) draws on what it calls “continuing spiritual insights” to “nurture the seeds of change and respect for human life that transform social relations and systems.”
Issue 102 gives South Euclid residents an opportunity to join a national pushback against the U.S. Supreme Court's 2010 decision, Citizens United v. FEC. This decision has led to the spending of unlimited amounts of money by corporations to influence election results and legislation at both state and national levels.