Notice on Public Hearing for House Bill 1926 (We the People Act)

The Quincy Democratic City Committee has endorsed the We the People Act, a call for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to clarify that Constitutional rights are exclusively for people, not corporations, that money is not speech, and consequently, that our government can place appropriate restrictions on financial contributions in political campaigns.

The following notice was sent by We the People Massachusetts regarding a public hearing Massachusetts House Bill 1926, which calls for a United States constitutional amendment and amendments convention:

The Joint Committee on Veterans and Federal Affairs will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, Nov 8, 2017, at 2:00 pm in State House Hearing Rooms B1 & B2 for house bill, H.1926, the We the People Act.

We encourage your individual members to attend and speak in support of the House bill H.1926.

For those who want to show their individual support, but can not attend the hearing, they can email their support of H.1926 to the committee chairs.

Co-Chairs of the Joint Committee on Veterans and Federal Affairs
Senator Michael Rush, 
Representative John Lawn,