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General News    H3'ed 9/6/13

Move to Amend is listening--in a good way!

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With whistleblower Edward Snowden's revelations about the NSA listening to the phone calls of most every American heating up the headlines, we at Move to Amend have decided to do some listening of our own, but in a good way.

If you are among the millions of frustrated Americans concerned about corporate rule, we invite you to join us in our next project, the Nationwide Community Canvass Campaign and Listening Project . We want to be able to connect our work to the issues that folks care about and the best way to do that is by listening to, and talking with, our friends and neighbors.

Our goal is to personally connect with 10,000 people in the coming months, through a door-knocking" campaign, to find out their issues of concern and relate those concerns to corporate Constitutional rights and money as free speech.

Our listening project provides a good opportunity for reconnecting with your neighbors, or to make your first connections, and you'll be surprised how welcome you will be. Electronic communication is wonderful, but it lacks the personal touch. People really do appreciate face-to-face exchanges--and being listened to on issues they find important. Plus, the information we gather will inform our work and help us build the democracy movement.

Please contact us here, if you are you are interested in participating in the Nationwide Community Canvass Campaign and Listening Project.

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The Move to Amend Coalition is a grassroots campaign to amend the Constitution to state that artificial entities such as corporations, unions, and non-profits do not have inherent rights under the Constitution, and that money is not free speech so (more...)
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