Welcome to PassMassAmendment

We are a network of people intent on using Massachusetts law to make sure government serves the people!

PETITIONING IS OVER for 2017! Please join us in our winter work at the statehouse! We'll be meeting on February 10th (at the Democracy Center, 1:30-3:30, 45 Mt Auburn St Cambridge) to organize our next ground. Stay tuned!

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What we're doing:

Statehouse bills and statewide ballot initiative petitions (and associated court actions) to get Big Money out of our elections:

- Amend the Mass. Constitution, based on "Corporations Are Not People, Money Is Not Speech"
- Disclose dark money
- Reduce out of state money

We just filed our 2017 petitions with the state based on our Statehouse Bills. We will receive the printed official petition forms first week of September. Stay tuned!

Every signature we get, it helps pressure lawmakers to advance these bills!

Why amend the Massachusetts Constitution?

We feel like we have no other option. We've asked our legislators to do something to get Big Money OUT of our elections, and they have not acted.

WE NEED YOU! If we're going to be THE PEOPLE,we gotta stand up and BE the people!
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Please get involved!

We meet every 2nd Saturday at 1:30 pm @ Democracy Center, 45 Mt Auburn, Cambridge (EXCEPT for September to November, we do not hold meetings during petitioning time).


Terra Friedrichs: PassMassAmendment@gmail.com 978 808 7173 (team coordination, press/media, etc) Acton/MetroWest
Nick Bokron: nbokron "at" gmail, 781 715 7822 (finance, legal, administration, etc) (Nahant/NorthShore)

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"Article VII. Government is instituted for the common good; for the protection, safety, prosperity and happiness of the people; and not for the profit, honor, or private interest of any one man, family, or class of men: Therefore the people alone have an incontestable, unalienable, and indefeasible right to institute government; and to reform, alter, or totally change the same, when their protection, safety, prosperity and happiness require it."

source: Massachusetts Constitution