Montana Governor Brian Scweitzer (D) and his Lieutenant Governor, John Bohlinger (R) on Thursday became the first two Montanans to sign the petition to put a question calling for a US consitutional amendment to overturn Citizens United on the state's ballot this November.
Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer on Hardball with Chris Matthews, explaining the corrupting impact of Citizens United.
Governor Schweitzer & Lt. Governor Bohlinger Sign and Endorse Initiative 166
Say Corporate Money in Our Elections a Threat, Ask Montanans to Stand Together to Address this Problem
Financial Fraud Law
April 26, 2012
Editorial Response by Campaign Director Peter Schurman published in National Review: 'Corporations Aren't People'
National Review Online
April 26, 2012
Amicus Brief Filed by Free Speech For People and Business Groups Urging the Supreme Court to Reverse Citizens United
FREE SPEECH FOR PEOPLE AND BUSINESS GROUPS URGE US SUPREME COURT TO REVERSE CITIZENS UNITED
Northampton City Council endorses constitutional amendment to reverse Supreme Court 'Citizens United' ruling
NORTHAMPTON - The City Council unanimously passed a resolution Thursday calling for a Constitutional amendment that would reverse a Supreme Court decision giving corporations the same rights as people.
Burlington Free Press
April 14, 2012
If you're on your computer this weekend and not scrambling to finish your taxes, you might enjoy a look at this video featuring our co-founder, Jeff Clements.
Jeff puts our campaign for a Constitutional Amendment to overturn Citizens United in historical context, including the major moves by corporatist forces on the Supreme Court leading up to Citizens United, and also the many ways people have risen up in the past to over-rule the court, by amending the consitution to restore or expand democracy for the people.
Northampton City Council to debate corporate 'personhood'
April 12, 2012
Twelve attorneys general urge Congress to amend the Constitution.
By Cathy Mckitrick, April 5, 2012
"several organizations have sprung up around the country - among them Move to Amend and Free Speech for People - opposing the notion that corporations are people and money is speech.
"This letter marks an important milestone in the movement to reclaim our democracy," Free Speech for People’s executive director John Bonifaz said in a statement.