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Amending the US Constitution

20may11:00 am12:00 pmAmending the US ConstitutionEasier said than done

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What are changes in the US Constitution that are needed and how does America go about it? For example, why did America create the “Electoral College” system and how can the US replace it with “direction election” by popular vote? What about the Second Amendment that provides for the “Right to Bear Arms”? What about the First Amendment Rights to Free Speech and Social Media? Then there’s “Citizens United” and the overwhelming amounts of money in politics; what do we do about that?


Via Zoom with preregistration required; session will be recorded and available afterwards.


Jim Troxel served on the staff and board of the ICA for over 30 years. He earned his Master’s degree in Organizational Transformation from DePaul University in Chicago, IL, USA, where he also was a member of its adjunct faculty. His professional engagements included consulting to over 200 nonprofits as well as serving as founder and/or director at several public service organizations and companies.


If you are interested in participating in this conversation, email Jim Troxel at jtrox46@gmail.comand he will email you a Zoom link.






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