Rogan’s List for Today

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Actions on ending corporate personhood, registering environmental voters, learning about school boards, and more!

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    Rep. Pramila Jaypal has introduced the We the People Amendment (HJR 54), which would end the concept of “corporate personhood” and limit the financial and lobbying roles corporations currently have in politics since the 5-4 Supreme Court in Citizens United in 2010 that gave corporations First Amendment rights. Organizers are now trying to get 100 co-sponsors on board in 2023, so let’s contact our MoCs and ask them to support this important resolution.

    We’ve all seen school board elections becoming more and more political and we’ve seen the results when far right community members are elected. These candidates are subsidized with big money.  With extremist attacks on our schools, it is more important than ever to understand the power of these elected boards. Red Wine and Blue is inviting us to join them tonight Thursday, April 13th at 7:30 pm ET for their Troublemaker Training: What the Heck Does a School Board Do.  Let’s sign up here.  Let’s also be on the lookout for the next part in the series next week to learn how to give compelling testimony to our school boards!

    Fight for the Future, a non-profit engaged with freedom of expression and the use of technology, warns us that The US Senate is preparing to vote on a new bill called the RESTRICT Act (S. 686). The bill is being framed to crack down on TikTok because of its ties to China, but it is much broader than that. The RESTRICT Act would give the executive branch of the US government unprecedented authority to ban the use of entire apps or websites just by saying they pose a threat to national security. Computer security experts concur that the ban is problematic for many reasons, both practical and in terms of privacy concerns.  Let’s contact our MoCs to tell them to oppose the bill and why.


The link to the article on repealing war authorizations in April 11’s List was incorrect, and has been updated below. Thanks to our readers for keeping us honest!



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