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-=====   ===== +===== State/​Federal Elected Officials who have endorsed the ballot initiative to amend the State Constitution,​ based on "​Corporations Are Not People, Money Is Not Speech"​ =====
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-======  ​State/​Federal Elected Officials who have endorsed the ballot initiative to amend the State Constitution,​ based on "​Corporations Are Not People, Money Is Not Speech" ​ ======+
  
 ====== 1. U. S. Congress ====== ====== 1. U. S. Congress ======
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 In order, by date of endorsement:​\\ In order, by date of endorsement:​\\
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-- Jim McGovern - 2nd District {{:​peoples_rights_amendment.pdf|(}} {{:​peoples_rights_amendment.pdf|Here is the US Consitutional Amendment he filed.)}} \\+- Jim McGovern - 2nd District {{:​peoples_rights_amendment.pdf|(}} ​ {{:​peoples_rights_amendment.pdf|Here is the US Consitutional Amendment he filed.)}} \\
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 - Katherine M. Clark - 5th District\\ - Katherine M. Clark - 5th District\\
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-- Niki Tsongas - 3rd District\\+- Niki Tsongas - 3rd District 
 ====== 2. State Representatives ====== ====== 2. State Representatives ======
  
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 - Michael Day, (Winchester/​Stoneham)\\ - Michael Day, (Winchester/​Stoneham)\\
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-- Liz Malia, (Boston)\\+- Liz Malia, (Boston) 
 ====== 3. State Senators ====== ====== 3. State Senators ======
  
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 - Joseph A. Boncore - D - 1st Suffolk and Middlesex (Cambridge, Revere, Winthrop)\\ - Joseph A. Boncore - D - 1st Suffolk and Middlesex (Cambridge, Revere, Winthrop)\\
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-**Total state legislators endorsing PassMassAmendment:​ 24** \\+**Total state legislators endorsing PassMassAmendment:​ 24**
 ====== 4. __Former__ State Representatives ====== ====== 4. __Former__ State Representatives ======
  
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 Daniel L.Factor Esq., Assabet Valley Chapter of the Green Rainbow Party\\ Daniel L.Factor Esq., Assabet Valley Chapter of the Green Rainbow Party\\
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 ====== Notable Quotes about PassMassAmendment by Constitutional Lawyers from Massachusetts:​ ====== ====== Notable Quotes about PassMassAmendment by Constitutional Lawyers from Massachusetts:​ ======
  
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 "As a Constitutional lawyer, I support the right of the people to use the initiative process to protect Constitutional rights, which are for human beings, not corporations,​."​ John Bonifaz, [[http://​www.freespeechforpeople.org|Free Speech For People]]\\ "As a Constitutional lawyer, I support the right of the people to use the initiative process to protect Constitutional rights, which are for human beings, not corporations,​."​ John Bonifaz, [[http://​www.freespeechforpeople.org|Free Speech For People]]\\
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-"This debate should not be foreclosed in Massachusetts if there is a sufficient will of the people to bring the question to the ballot by initiative. An unduly broad reading of Article 48’s excluded matters, particularly in the absence of guidance from the Supreme Judicial Court, threatens to do just that." Jeff Clements (ex-Attorney General, Massachusetts),​ from [[http:///​file/​view/​J.%20Clements%20to%20P.%20Sacks%2011-22-13.pdf/​521556438/​J.%20Clements%20to%20P.%20Sacks%2011-22-13.pdf|the memo]]he wrote to the sitting Massachusetts Attorney General (Martha Coakley via Peter Sacks) on the matter of decertification of the PassMassAmendment ballot initiative.\\ +"This debate should not be foreclosed in Massachusetts if there is a sufficient will of the people to bring the question to the ballot by initiative. An unduly broad reading of Article 48’s excluded matters, particularly in the absence of guidance from the Supreme Judicial Court, threatens to do just that." Jeff Clements (ex-Attorney General, Massachusetts),​ from [[http:///​file/​view/​J.%20Clements%20to%20P.%20Sacks%2011-22-13.pdf/​521556438/​J.%20Clements%20to%20P.%20Sacks%2011-22-13.pdf|the ​]][[http:///​file/​view/​J.%20Clements%20to%20P.%20Sacks%2011-22-13.pdf/​521556438/​J.%20Clements%20to%20P.%20Sacks%2011-22-13.pdf|memo]]he wrote to the sitting Massachusetts Attorney General (Martha Coakley via Peter Sacks) on the matter of decertification of the PassMassAmendment ballot initiative.\\
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