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Daily Camera: Merrily Mazza: Why we need a Lafayette Climate Bill of Rights
Lafaytte, CO, City Councilwoman Merrily Mazza co-sponsors the Lafayette Climate Bill of Rights and Protections, calling for nonviolent civil disobedience to end unjust laws under the corporate state.
Daylin’s Resistance Forum in King of Prussia, PA
Check out CELDF’s community organizer Chad Nicholson speaking on Community Rights at Senator Daylin Leach’s event in King of Prussia, PA.
Changing the Game with Community Rights – St. Helens, OR
Community Rights is a game-changer, such that people in the communities where they live are making the decisions about those things impacting them. Learn more January 19th in St. Helens, OR, with CELDF’s Kai Huschke.
We the People 2.0: Colorado Environmental Film Festival
We the People 2.0 – The Second American Revolution, is showing in February at CEFF. Join us!
Akron Beacon Journal: LTE – Right to Local Control
The Ohio legislature adopted HB 463, further stripping communities of local control. Portage County residents speak out, vowing they will press forward with a county-wide rights-based charter.
PR: Ecosystem and Residents File Motion to Intervene In Federal Lawsuit
Crystal Spring Ecosystem and residents of Highland Township, PA, filed to intervene in a lawsuit today. Parties are fighting to block Seneca Resources’ plans to site a frack wastewater injection well in the Township as a violation of their Home Rule Charter.
Community Rights for Social Justice: Growing Roots and Rights – a Workshop in Columbus
Join Columbus residents as they learn how our structure of law and governance blocks them from protecting their community from harms such as fracking, police brutality, slavery wages, and more – and what they can do about it. Check it out on March 4th!
Akron Beacon Journal: How lame ducks narrowed the right of Ohioans to take issues to the ballot
The editorial board speaks out against the Ohio legislature’s stripping residents of their right to initiative.
Kane Republican: Former water/sewer board is back in Highland
Highland Township Supervisors in Highland, PA, abandon their efforts to illegitimately remove the Water Authority board. Highland residents are fighting to protect themselves from an injection well, while their Supervisors ally with the fracking industry.
Community Rights Lane County Receives 2016 Community Service Award
Community Rights Lane County is the recipient of the Eugene Springfield Solidarity Network (ESSN) 2016 Community Service Award for their “faithful and dedicated service in the fight against injustice.” Congratulations!