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Montana Supreme Court upholds election spending limits

The high court upholds the state's century-old corporate contribution limits, a rebuff of the U.S. Supreme Court decision that allowed businesses to spend as freely as individuals in campaigns.

By Kim Murphy, Los Angeles Times
January 4, 2012

NY City Council Passes Resolution Declaring that Corporations Are Not People

Posted on January 4, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 4, 2012

City Council Passes Resolution Declaring that Corporations Are Not People

Montana Supreme Court Defies Citizens United Decision

The Wall Street Journal-Law Blog

By Sam Favate

January 3, 2012

Montana Supreme Court restores 100-year-old state ban on corporate political money

Associated Press, Published: December 30

Montana Supreme Court Upholds State's Century-Old Ban on Corporate Money in Elections

DATE: December 30, 2011

MONTANA SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS STATE’S CENTURY-OLD BAN ON CORPORATE MONEY IN ELECTIONS

RULING SETS UP FIRST DIRECT CHALLENGE TO US SUPREME COURT’S
JANUARY 2010 DECISION IN CITIZENS UNITED v. FEC

‘A Huge Victory for Democracy’

Too Early To Chill The Champagne? Action Heats Up On Overturning Citizens United

Joanne Boyer

Op Ed News

December 15, 2011

Lawmakers: Corporations are not people

 

Article: The Health of Children and Consumers Is Threatened by Conservative Push for Corporate Speech Rights

AlterNet

Steven Rosenfeld

December 12, 2011

Some pro-business federal judges have shockingly approved a constitutional right for big companies to avoid revealing product dangers on labels.