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April 19, 2017

Opinion: 28th Amendment Will Restore a Vibrant Democracy

Opinion: 28th Amendment Will Restore a Vibrant Democracy

April 19, 2017
Published By American Promise

John Pudner of Take Back our Republic, the leading conservative effort in campaign finance reform, has written this op-ed illustrating exactly why the fight for a 28th Amendment is not about a partisan battle of progressive vs. conservative, but about finding the “cleanest way to address a specific clarification to one of the greatest documents ever created by man – the US Constitution.”

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