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September 27, 2017

Constitutional Law Professor Tamara Piety Talks Tulsa, OK APA, 28th Amendment in NPR Interview!

Constitutional Law Professor Tamara Piety Talks Tulsa, OK APA, 28th Amendment in NPR Interview!

September 27, 2017
Published By American Promise

The Tulsa, OK APA continues to command media attention. NPR sat down with Tamara Piety, Constitutional Law Professor and member of the American Promise Advisory Council, to talk 28th Amendment, Citizens United, and the newly launched Tulsa, OK APA.

“We’re seeing lots of examples where many of our elected representatives would rather be more responsive to the constituents that they have…but they’re facing backlash from big donors,” says Professor Piety.

Check out the full interview here, and help us return our democracy to We The People!

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