For the last 20 years, Yes! Magazine has been at the forefront of providing alternatives to the corporatocracy. It regularly provides news of alternatives to the big corporate choices in banking, food, housing, and work. Only in electoral politics does Yes! Magazine fail to understand that there are non-corporate alternatives. I have had a private dialogue […]
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.
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Letter from Move to Amend Brookhaven: We are enthusiastic to share a very exciting development for Move to Amend – Brookhaven. On Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 6:30pm, at the Brookhaven Town Board meeting, the Board members will have the opportunity to vote to support a resolution that calls for a 28th Amendment to the United […]
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The Green Party of Suffolk has become a part of Move to Amend: Brookhaven (movetoamend.org/ny-brookhaven).
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