Brookhaven Supervisor Says Yes to overturn Citizens United

Brookhaven elected officials Romaine, Cartright, & Kepert vote to overturn Citizens United.

Brookhaven fights Citizens United 12/17/15

Support a statement from the Town of Brookhaven to the State legislature that NY must be the 17th State to support a Constitutional amendment to overturn the disastrous effects of Citizens United.

Story of Citizens United vs. FEC 6/30/14

Join Move to Amend Brookhaven for a viewing of the short film, The Story of Citizens United vs. FEC and an evening of stimulating conversation.

4th of July on Long Island: Help End Corporate Rule

Move to Amend Brookhaven is working towards the goal of adding a 28th amendment to the US Constitution. The new amendment would counteract the Supreme Court’s “Citizen’s United” decision, and assert that money is not the same as “free speech”. Move To Amend Brookhaven marching in the Patchogue 4th of July Parade Thursday, July 4th […]

What Can You Do About Money in Politic$? Amend 10/1/12

Should we amend the Constitution to end corporate personhood?

Occupy Long Island occupies the courts (video and info)

Occupy Long Island visits the Federal Courthouse in CI Story and video at Long Island Press: here. Occupy Wall Street activists from Long Island participated in the “Occupy The Courts” January 20th action inspired by Move To Amend. Occupiers gathered outside the big, white, Federal Court in Central Islip. They were  protesting Citizens United, the recent […]

Prez hopeful Stein (G) rallies movement to “Occupy the Courts” at steps of U.S. Supreme Court

To restore the rights of the people, we must take our Constitution back from the corporation. Tens of thousands of Americans in over 130 cities gathered at federal courthouses and in public squares, nearly the two-year anniversary of Citizens United v. FEC, to reject the doctrines of corporate personhood and money is speech. Dr. Jill […]

Green Party Stands United Against Citizens United

Today – on the one-year anniversary of the Citizens United v. FEC decision that legalized unrestrained corporate spending on federal elections – the Green Party re-affirms its opposition to corporate personhood, corporate speech rights, and corporate control of America’s public spaces, media, and elections. After the Supreme Court decided in a 5-4 decision to strike […]

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