Constitution Coalition Public Symposium Chelsea Maine August 9 2014

Courtesy of GinA from Maine

View HERE.


Some of the documents discussed at the symposium are listed below.

Related: Constitution for the State of Maine (1820), click here.

Senator Colleen Lachowicz (Kennebec) Sponsors “Resolve” To Amend The Constitution of the State of Maine, click here.

The Constitution Coalition for Maine, click here.

Constitution Coalition Seminar On Hampden, click here.

A System in Crisis – Judicial Confirmation Hearing of William J. Schneider, click here.

Act of 1825 providing for the distribution of copies of the Constitution of this State, and of the United States, to be used in schools, click here.

State of Maine 1875 Resolve, click here.

Where Did The Original Constitutional State Go?, click here.

An Act Relating to the Jurisdiction of the Supreme Judicial and Superior Courts (1929), click here.

Trial by Jury: Common Law, click here.

Trail Of Evidence That Leads From Maine’s Original Constitution To The Commission Of Maine Judges, click here.

1963 Resolve, Proposing an Amendment to the Constitution to Revise Article VI Relating to the Judicial Power, click here.

AN ACT Redistributing the Powers of the Executive Council (1977), click here.

1891 Act Incorporating Maine State Bar Association, click here.

1893 Act In Relation To Suits At Law And In Equity Lawful?, click here.

Charlotte Iserbyt Interview (2014-07-25), click here.

Republic vs. Democracy, view here.

Press Conference Announcing the Incorporation of We The People of Maine, Inc., click here.


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