MOVI CONFERENCE ARCHIVE

28th CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT

LEGAL ISSUES, REMEDIES AND STRATEGIES TO GET THE MONEY OUT OF POLITICS

UCLA School of Law  11/17/2012 9am-6pm

 

ATTEND OUR FIRST CONFERENCE ONLINE NOW BY WATCHING THE VIDEOS BELOW:

 

Lawrence Lessig: The Problem with Money and Politics

 

Adam Winkler: Citizen United: Battle Over the Constitutional Rights of Corporations 

 

Jessica Levinson: History of Campaign Finance Law

 

Consequences of Amending the US Constitution: What Happens to the Rights of Corporations, Non-profits and People in Associations

Moderator: Lisa Graves – Center for Media and Democracy; Elizabeth Pollman – Loyola Law School; Barbara Rohmberg – San Francisco Attorney; Lynn Stout – Cornell Law School; Greg Colvin - San Francisco Attorney; Ciara Torres-Spelliscy – Stetson Law School

 

Understanding the Principals and Rationale Behind Different Approaches to Amending the Constitution

Moderator – Miles Mogulescu; Jeff Clements – Author Corporations Are Not People; Derek Cressman – Common Cause; Garrett Epps – The American Prospect

 

Legislative v. Constitutional Remedies: The Potential and Limits of Legislative Solutions

Moderator: Cenk Uygur – Wolf PAC; Trevor Potter – Campaign Legal Center; Lawrence Lessig – Harvard Law School; Trent Lange – CA Clean Money Campaign

 

A 28 Amendment Conference: Closing Remarks and A Call To Action

Panelists: Lisa Graves - Center for Media and Democracy, Marge Baker - People For American Way, Mary-Beth Fielder - Money Out / Voters In


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  • That was over a year ago. Where are we now?
    Has an amendment been drafted?
    What states have organizations trying to get support for it?