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We call on our representatives to support a US Constitutional Amendmentto overrule the Court and restore our right to enact and enforce our own campaign finance laws.

Following the Citizens United decision in 2010, independent expenditures in Alaska elections increased 360%!  Nearly 2/3 of that money were outside contributions.


Source: Expert Report of Adam Bonica, Table 3,(
) and calculations from APOC data.


Alaskans overwhelmingly (72%) want strong campaign finance laws to defend our elections from the undue influence of Big, Dark and Outside Money.

Stop Super PACs and Dark Outside Money from controlling YOUR elections!


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Stop Super PACs and Dark Outside Money from controlling YOUR elections!

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We are Alaskans supporting a U.S. Constitutional Amendment that will restore states’ rights to regulate campaign finance.
We are calling for the #WeThePeopleAmendment to the U.S. Constitution to be passed in Congress and ratified by the States. It unequivocally states that constitutional rights belong only to human beings. It also establishes that Congress and the States have the right to pass reasonable and content neutral limits on the amount of money that can be spent to influence elections and public policy.

Why do we need a 28th amendment?
To preserve our liberty.  Over the years, the unelected Justices of the United States Supreme Court have made multiple rulings that are harmful to our democracy. The founders of the United States were very suspicious of corporate power. The United States Constitution does not even mention the word “corporation.” But the Justices of the Supreme Court have over time granted corporations many different constitutional rights. Corporations have used these court created constitutional rights to thwart the ability of the people to make sure that corporations are serving the public good.


This problem has been made even worse by the court created doctrine that corporations and other powerful economic players have a constitutional right to spend unlimited amounts of money to influence elections and to lobby for special interest privileges. Because these court doctrines have been elevated to the level of constitutional rights by the Justices, we do not have any way to overturn them other than a constitutional amendment. The Move to Amend constitutional amendment is designed to address both of these issues in a direct and non-partisan way.


Time and time again in citizen initiatives and opinion polls, large majorities of Alaskans across the political spectrum have demanded strict campaign finance laws to limit the political influence of mega-donors and reclaim our right to citizen self-governance. Polls also show that large majorities of citizens across the political spectrum believe that corporations and other powerful economic interests have too much power and political influence. This popular desire to reclaim political power for the citizens of this country has been frustrated by the Supreme Court’s invention of constitutional rights for corporations, and by its refusal to allow reasonable, content neutral limits on political spending. Alaska Move to Amend believes that it is time for we the people to take back control of our government with a 28th Amendment that will correct these pernicious, judicially created dangers to our democracy.

What is Alaska

Move to Amend?

Alaska Move to Amend is a diverse, non-partisan group of Alaskans from all walks of life, who have come together to fight for a constitutional amendment to save our democracy.

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Do you agree that corporations are NOT people and should NOT have constitutional rights?


Do you agree that the government should be able to enact reasonable, content neutral limitations on the amount of money that can be spent to influence elections and public policy?


Yes? Then we invite you to get involved and help us amend the constitution to ensure our rights as US Citizens are not sold out to powerful economic interests. Get involved with our locally grown Alaska Move to Amend group.


You can help make a big difference in working to legalize democracy! Here are some of the ways that you can help.

  1. Sign our petition in support of the Move to Amend Constitutional Amendment

  2. Write, e-mail or call your state Representative and state Senator, urging their support of a resolution in the Alaska Legislature that calls on Congress to pass our 28th Amendment

  3. Write, e-mail or call the members of the Alaska congressional delegation, urging them to support HJR 48, which is the Move to Amend Constitutional Amendment

  4. Volunteer to participate as a phone bank caller in our deep canvassing project

  5. Go to fun public events and help us to provide literature and other educational materials to the other participants

  6. Organize your own public event where we can help to spread the word about the 28th amendment

  7. Make a financial donation to help fund our activities

  8. Attend our monthly meetings via Zoom. Sign up to receive notices of these meetings here.

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Read the text of the proposed

28th Amendment

House Joint Resolution 48 re-introduced April 5, 2021

(Click here for most up to date list of co-sponsors)

Section 1. [ Artificial Entities Such as Corporations Do Not Have Constitutional Rights ]

The rights protected by the Constitution of the United States are the rights of natural persons only.

Artificial entities established by the laws of any State, the United States, or any foreign state shall have no rights under this Constitution and are subject to regulation by the People, through Federal, State, or local law.

The privileges of artificial entities shall be determined by the People, through Federal, State, or local law, and shall not be construed to be inherent or inalienable.

Section 2. [Money is Not Free Speech]

Federal, State, and local government shall regulate, limit, or prohibit contributions and expenditures, including a candidate's own contributions and expenditures, to ensure that all citizens, regardless of their economic status, have access to the political process, and that no person gains, as a result of their money, substantially more access or ability to influence in any way the election of any candidate for public office or any ballot measure.

Federal, State, and local government shall require that any permissible contributions and expenditures be publicly disclosed. The judiciary shall not construe the spending of money to influence elections to be speech under the First Amendment.

Section 3.

Nothing in this amendment shall be construed to abridge freedom of the press.



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