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Free Speech for the People – A Novel Idea!

June 21, 2010

Today, a group of Massachusetts state legislators, led by Massachusetts State Senator Jamie Eldridge, will introduce the Free Speech For People resolution in the state legislature.  The resolution calls on the US Congress “to pass and send to the states for ratification a constitutional amendment to restore the First Amendment and fair elections to the people.”


This is a major step forward in building a broad-based movement to reclaim our Constitution and our democracy.  If you live in Massachusetts, contact your state legislators today and urge that they support this resolution.  If you live outside the state but have friends or relatives in Massachusetts, contact them today and urge that they do the same.  You can find the contact information for Members of the Massachusetts legislature here and here.  The passage of this resolution in Massachusetts can serve as a model for other states.

If you are outside Massachusetts, we also urge you to contact your state legislators and ask that they introduce the Free Speech For People resolution in your state.

The nation is at a crossroads. Will we the people rule or will we face further corporate control?  We have the power, through the constitutional amendment process, to ensure that it is we the people, not the corporations, who shall govern.

Help us support the Free Speech For People resolution in Massachusetts and bring it to other states.  We have amended the US Constitution 27 times before in our nation’s history.  We can and we must do it again to protect our democracy.

Thank you,

The Free Speech For People team


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