Resolutions

By Groups Supporting Constitutional Reform



Limestone County Commission

   Supporting by resolution constitutional change
Convention of Episcopal Diocese of Alabama
   Resolution passed by Convention of Episcopal Diocese of Alabama, March 1, 2003
UAB Faculty Senate
   Resolution Supporting a referendum on a constitutional convention to rewrite the Alabama Constitution
Town of Ragland
   A resolution in support of rewriting the Alabama Constitution
Alabama PTA

   A resolution advocating for constitutional reform
City of Mountain Brook
   A resolution supporting constitutional reform
The Rotary Club of Tuscaloosa
   A resolution supporting constitutional reform
Jefferson County Mayors Association
   A resolution supporting constitutional reform
The North Alabama Mayors' Association
   A resolution calling for a constitutional convention
City of Pell City
   A resolution supporting rewriting and passage of a new constitution for Alabama
City of Marion
   A resolution in support of rewriting the Alabama Constitution
City of Gadsden
   A resolution urging revision of Alabama's Constitution of 1901
Chambers County Democratic Executive Committee
   A resolution supporting constitutional reform
The Alabama Trial Lawyers Association
   A resolution endorsing "the promise of constitutional reform."
City Council of the City of Auburn, Alabama
   A resolution in support of rewriting the Alabama state constitution
Kiwanas Club of Birmingham
   A resolution supporting constitutional reform
South Alabama Presbytery
   The Presbytery of South Alabama believe a new constitution is warranted
Resolution of the Episcopal Diocese of Alabama
   Adopted at the 171st Convention
Resolution of the Alabama State Board of Education
   In support of proposal to the Alabama Legislature on Constitutional Convention
Resolution of the AAR
   Alabama Association of Realtors
Resolution of the Council of Presidents
   Alabama Commission on Higher Education
Statement Endorsing constitutional reform as a peace and justice issue
   Council of Priests of the Archdiocese of Mobile
League of Women Voters of Alabama Constitutional Reform Positions
   November 2002: The League of Women Voters of Alabama updates its position on constitutional reform.
LWV: Specs for new constitution
   The League of Women Voters of Alabama lays out position on constitutional reform.

Alabama City-County Management Association
    Supports the efforts to rewrite the Alabama Constitution at a Constitutional Convention
   to more effectively govern the State of Alabama.

City Council of the City of Huntsville, Alabama
   The City Council of Huntsville endorse and give its full support to writing a modern state  constitution.
City Council of the City of Madison, Alabama
   A resolution supporting constitutional reform
Mountain Brook City Schools Board of Education
   A resolution supporting constitutional reform
North Alabama Presbytery
   The Presbytery of North Alabama voted to encourage Governor Siegelman and members of
   the legislature to call for the election of a convention to write a new constitution for our state.

Faculty Senate of the University of Alabama
   A resolution supporting constitutional reform

Endorsements
The Shoals Chamber of Commerce
  The Shoals Chamber of Commerce call for a new constitution. January 10, 2002
The Chamber of Commerce Huntsville/Madison County
  A statement supporting ACCR and constitutional reform
The Chamber of Commerce Huntsville/Madison County
  A position statement on the matter of constitutional reform
Birmingham Area Chamber of Commerce
  Position statement on proposed legislation authorizing a constitutional convention
Birmingham Area Chamber of Commerce
  Position statement on the need for a new constitution
The Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce
  A constitutional convention policy statement
Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce
  A position statement on constitutional reform

Alabama Citizens for Constitutional Reform
P. O. Box 10746
Birmingham, AL 35202-0746


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