History Of The Amendment
From Boston to San Diego, Detroit to New Orleans; from rural farms to the busy streets; billions of lives, millions of dollars, thousands of people, and hundreds of organizations have affected the movement for the constitutional freedom of animals and trees. Introduced June fifteenth, two-thousand thirteen, this article, unlike all others before it, is intended for the purpose of the emancipation of non-human animals and trees. Following the ideas that the sovereignty of the United States lies with the People with their non-fleeting interests, and that the State is the totalpublic or entire interspecies community, the article is a critical step for the direction of progress, a more perfect union, and the triumph of freedom in an often dark, unreasoned world. Help carry the light for its passage as it awaits introduction to Congress!