The Movement to End Corporate Personhood and Money as Speech

September 2, 2014

Tuesday, September 2 / 7:30 pm
Unitarian Universalist Society of Cleveland
2728 Lancashire Rd., Cleveland Heights, OH 44106

David Cobb is national spokesperson for Move to Amend, a principal with the Program on Corporations, Law and Democracy (POCLAD) and National Projects Director for Democracy Unlimited. He is a lawyer and political activist. David has sued corporate polluters, lobbied elected officials, and run for political office himself at the state and national levels.

Many of the issues we care about and work on — good education, affordable health care, plentiful and living wage jobs, a clean environment, safe communities, strong small businesses, fair taxes, reducing debt, honest elections — are impossible to fundamentally achieve so long as corporate entities are continually granted constitutional "rights" of people and money is constitutionally claimed to be equal to "free speech."

Move to Amend ( is building a national grassroots multiracial and multiethnic social movement for an amendment to the US Constitution declaring that only human beings are persons and money in elections should be limited by We the People.

Introduction of David by Lois Romanoff. Reflections on David’s remarks by Derek Dissell, Chris Stocking and Marva Patterson (invited). All are affiliated with Cleveland Move to Amend. Q&A and open discussion to follow.

Sponsored by Cleveland Move to Amend and Northeast Ohio American Friends Service Committee

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