Part Two: Unpacking The Doctrine Of Legal Personhood
He may want to ban big pharma ads, but I suspect Big Pharma will ban him from the election first.
Frankly all the complaints about Citizens United, and most of the ones about corporate personhood, is because when most think of corporations, they think of the huge behemoth. They don't think of a group of citizens coming together to make a film exposing the corruption of a politician, even though that's what Citizens United was about.
Wow, Peter—thank you for this impressive analysis of the legal nuances of this proposal! I look forward to reviewing it in greater depth when time permits but appreciate the time and thought you put into this.
Yes, “How did this get so badly screwed up?”
Don't lose hope yet, the public-private has yet to make it's full effect felt.