Community Rights/Rights of Nature

the New Hampshire Community Rights Amendment, CACR19

SCOTUS: If money is free speech, then lack of money is lack of free speech! Officials opposed claim citizens can ask their representatives to do the work….well that’ll never happen after Citizens United….money talks now and corporations have plenty.  “Representative Bruce Tatro (D) disagreed, asserting that the state indeed is a democracy: “CACR19 is an […]

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Occupy Sonoma County: call to action Climate Declaration

As Robert Swan said: “The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.”      PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE From Occupy Sonoma County ​Santa Rosa, California​ ### Call To Action To The Entire Community! We urge all groups including schools, neighborhood associations, organizations, clubs,​ churches, and groups of

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Congress introduces record number of bills to prevent people from taking industry to court

Environmental safeguards for humans trashed just in time for the corporate pollution rush. Who has rights, humans/nature or elite corporations? As a country we decide, please VOTE. “……According to Earthjustice, the list of bills from the current Congress attacking individuals’ access to justice include: 6 bills with provisions to eliminate judicial review, eroding the role of

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Victory for citizens taking back their government from special interests

WWW supports the rights of community’s to protect their health, welfare and safety for now and future generations. If money is free speech, lack of money is lack of free speech. Corporations/special interests should benefit the communities they are in.  When our country was formed corporations had to show public benefit to be chartered. Time to go

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