Ratifying a City Charter

As we regain respect for our rightful liberty here in Provo, we might maintain it easier through ratifying a well-constituted city charter that includes appropriate checks-and-balances (both horizontal and vertical), plus explicit protections for both our innate rights and our civil liberties.  This is a cause that former Provo candidate Jason Christensen has championed in recent years, and we believe that it has great merit.  We may present a fuller case for it on this page in due time.

(For more Solutions, please see Key #4.)

Constitutional Convention of 1787

“Scene at the Signing of the Constitution of the United States” (1940) by Howard Chandler Christy


2 thoughts on “Ratifying a City Charter

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