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When the Supreme Court is this wrong, it’s time to overrule them

Free Speech For People co-founder and “Corporations Are Not People” author, Jeff Clements joined presidential historian and Pulitzer prize-winning author, Doris Kearns Goodwin to assess the historical implications of the Court’s 2010 ruling. Of Citizens United, Clements and Kearns Goodwin write, “It is time for Americans of all political viewpoints to come together to win the 28th amendment—and to renew U.S. democracy again.” More »

Is Hobby Lobby a Tool for Limiting Corporate Constitutional Rights?

Jennifer Taub, Vermont Law School professor and author, recently published an article exploring how the Supreme Court further expanded corporate personhood in the case of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. Taub’s article offers an alternative to the current reading, by suggesting Hobby Lobby might provide a tool to limit “previously recognized corporate constitutional rights.” More »

FSFP And Partners File Joint Brief In US Court of Appeals For The Ninth Circuit Defending Seattle Wage Law

Seattle’s living wage law should be upheld against claims by the International Franchise Association and other industry trade groups that it violates alleged rights of corporations under the U.S. Constitution, Free Speech For People, Courage Campaign, Equal Justice Society, and Demos argue in an amicus brief filed today in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. More »