They may not say it publicly, but many Democratic state legislators in Wisconsin clearly have issues with the First Amendment. Why else would they be openly advocating to change it with continued demands to amend one of the country’s first freedoms? While campaign finance reformers will never admit it, what they’re advocating will do exactly that. […]
That’s important because this fall Wisconsin voters will decide whether or not to amend the state constitution to prevent future governors and legislators from “raiding” the state’s transportation fund.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D) is supporting an amendment to the Constitution of the United States that would put a caveat in the First Amendment and curtail freedom of speech when it comes to campaigns and politics.
Florida voters will get a chance this November to strike down plans to allow Florida’s government to continue buying up state land.
The Florida Supreme Court yesterday approved the language for a proposed constitutional amendment that would require state officials to purchase private land every year and turn it over to government.