UPDATE: 52 Massachusetts Cities/Towns Have Passed ‘Citizens United’ Resolutions

In Town Meetings and City Councils across Massachusetts, municipalities are calling for an end to Citizens United.

On WEDNESDAY May9 Monday, 5/14, Needham Town Meeting will vote on whether passed its resolution to call for a Constitutional Amendment to overturn Citizens United.

At the time of writing, here’s the list of towns/cities that have passed Citizens United resolutions (click to expand):

Amherst
Aquinnah
Ashfield
Boston
Brewster
Buckland
Cambridge
Chatham
Chilmark
Colrain
Concord
Conway
Cummington
Deerfield
Dennis
Edgartown
Falmouth
Framingham
Great Barrington
Leverett
Lanesborough
Lincoln
Lynn
Medway
Montague
Monterey
Nahant
Natick
Needham
Newburyport
Northampton
Oak Bluffs
Orleans
Pelham
Provincetown
Reading
Rowe
Salem
Sheffield
Shelburne
Shutesbury
Somerville
Swampscott
Tisbury
Truro
Warren
Warwick
Wellfleet
West Newbury
West Tisbury
Westport
Williamstown

Dozens of other municipalities, including Needham, currently have similar resolutions pending at their Town Meetings. More towns are beginning this process all the time. This is a true people-powered movement.

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May 15, update 2: 52 towns

May 15, update: 49 towns–b/c Needham’s resolution PASSED!

May 13, update: 48 towns/cities

May 10, update: 47 towns/cities

May 9, update: 46 towns/cities

May 8, update 4: 45/towns/cities

May 8, update 3: 43 towns/cities

May 8, update  2: 42 towns/cities

May 8: 40 towns/cities

May 6: 39 Massachusetts Cities/Towns Have Passed ‘Citizens United’ Resolutions (as of May 6)

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2 thoughts on “UPDATE: 52 Massachusetts Cities/Towns Have Passed ‘Citizens United’ Resolutions

  1. Pingback: NEWS: Framingham joins effort to overturn Citizens United decision | we the people | needham

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