Could a constitutional amendment reduce the influence of money on U.S. politics? In a Rules Change after-event, the non-partisan Money Out Voters In (MOVI) coalition stages the first Washington, D.C.-area sneak-preview public screening of the 90-minute documentary, “Pay 2 Play: Democracy’s High Stakes,” by director John Ennis and executive producer Holly Mosher.
The film, which features Robert Reich, John Nichols, Van Jones and Jack Abramoff, presents arguments for a constitutional amendment limited the effect of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision. The documentary will be screened from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 15, in Founders Hall, details a 30-city effort, “The 28th Amendment National Roadshow,” kicking off April 26 at UCLA.ll at George Mason University’s Arlington campus. The film is followed by a live discussion and sneak preview of a 30-city tour of “The 28th Amendment National Roadshow,” which begins April 26 at UCLA. Suggestion donation: $20 at door / or register for $10 at: http://ruleschange.eventbrite.com
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