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SACRAMENTO, Calif. (April 26, 2012) -- On the heels of successfully passing a resolution calling on Congress to amend the Constitution to overturn the Citizens United decision, three California Assemblymen are championing a resolution that goes one step further.
Assemblyman Michael Allen (D-Sonoma County), Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Los Angeles), and Assemblyman Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) have filed Assembly Joint Resolution 32. If passed, this resolution -- the first of its kind -- will start the process of the States calling for a constitutional convention, which would be limited to amending the Constitution to limit corporate personhood and declare that money does not constitute speech and can be democratically limited.
This landmark resolution is scheduled for a public hearing on May 1st before the California State Assembly Judiciary Committee. Please email and call the members of the Committee on Monday, April 30th to make sure they know you support Assembly Joint Resolution 32 and how important it is to the future of our democracy. We are also asking supporters to attend the public hearing and show their support on Tuesday at 8 a.m. in the State Capitol, Room 4202.
Please RSVP your pledge to email and call the committee members listed below. This is not just an issue for Californians this is an issue for every America.
Mike Feuer - Chair (916) 319-2042 firstname.lastname@example.org
Donald P. Wagner - Vice Chair (916) 319-2070 email@example.com
Toni Atkins (916) 319-2076 firstname.lastname@example.org
Roger Dickinson (916) 319-2009 email@example.com
Jeff Gorell (916) 319-2037 assemblymember.Gorell@assembly.ca.gov
Alyson Huber (916) 319-2010 assemblymember.Huber@assembly.ca.gov
Brian W. Jones (916) 319-2077 assemblymember.Jones@assembly.ca.gov
William W. Monning (916) 319-2027 assemblymember.Monning@assembly.ca.gov
I wanted to sign the petition for the amendment but im not able since i am not a US citizen. I mean i try to spread the good word of The YougTurks best as i can and donate whenever possible but is there anything more a person living outside US & without an US citizenship can do?