Despite the chilly wind and cold rain that came down on activists at the Maryland State House in Annapolis last Monday evening, dozens of activists turned out. The movement to amend the constitution to prevent corporate power from dominating our elections and fix campaign finance law is building momentum for the battle ahead. As grassroots protests occur all over the country, it’s clear that the public is fed up with corporate domination of American politics. Watch Angela Canterbury, advocacy director for Public Citizen’s Congress Watch division, rally the crowd in the video above.
Activists rally in Annapolis despite bad weather
March 1, 2010 by Editor
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