Don’t just Protest—get Permanent Constitutional Ability to Curb "Big Money" and Repair Congress

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Key Documents and Handouts

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Summary & Pamphlet PDF Schematic of Key Steps PDF Constitutional Amendment PDF Government Actions PDF Boule Rules PDF State Support Reasons PDF Convention Application PDF
Summary & Pamphlet DOC Schematic of Key Steps DOC Constitutional Amendment DOC Government Actions DOC Boule Rules DOC State Support Reasons DOC Convention Application DOC

The summary pamphlet can be color printed on 11"x17" paper and folded to make 8½"x11" handouts or 8½"x3¾" envelope stuffers. The State Application can form the basis of an application for a Convention to propose the Amendment for ratification by the States.

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