We the People amendment

Along with the majority of Americans, I believe that money is corrupting our political process. It’s a grave influence on electoral politics and it gives undue influence over legislation to corporate interests that tend to prefer the status quo. Today, I joined 11 other advocates in the offices of our Congresswoman, Ayanna Pressley, to advocate for the We the People amendment to the Constitution. This amendment would make it clear that only natural persons (as opposed to corporate entities) possess constitutional rights and that expenditures of money in political campaigns are not protected “free speech.”

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