Pennsylvania Press Coverage

Candidates supporting corporate entities’ never-intended constitutional rights aren’t qualified

September 13, 2018

It’s fair to conclude that the Supreme Court will continue to rule in favor of corporations if Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed as a justice, given his business-friendly decisions that have favored energy, communications and financial corporations over the public interest and environmental protection. See https://bloom.bg/2KPr1Xr.

Wayne Citizens Supporting Democracy

November 22, 2014

The fall election netted a very interesting result: Citizens of the United States are ready to amend the Constitution.

    From Massachusetts to Ohio, from Illinois to Florida, and Wisconsin, citizens voted overwhelmingly on Nov. 4, to pass a Constitutional amendment calling for an end to the recent doctrines of corporate Constitutional rights and money as free speech.

Seeking to Curb Corporate Influence on Politics

March 6, 2013

HARRISBURG, PA - They can't breathe. They don't bleed. They don't digest food.

But, as Mitt Romney famously blurted, corporations are people - at least under the law. In the Citizens United decision in 2010, for instance, the Supreme Court recognized that corporations have the constitutional right of free speech, something most people assumed belonged to actual carbon-based life-forms.