Passing an amendment to the U.S. Constitution is the definitive way for the people to overturn undemocratic U.S. Supreme Court decisions.

When the Supreme Court said in the Dred Scott ruling of 1857 that African Americans could never become citizens of the United States, the people demanded the overturn of this noxious view, resulting in the 13th and 14th Amendments.

When the Court held in Minor v. Happersett (1875) that the privileges of citizenship did not include the right to vote for all, women rose up, effectively overruling the Supreme Court decision with the 19th Amendment.

Now it is our turn to stand up for a 28th Amendment to nullify anti-democratic Supreme Court decisions and establish the affirmative right to vote for every citizen, require regulation of big money in politics, and mandate that Constitutional rights are reserved for human beings.