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Corporations Hiding Dirty Secrets Behind Free Speech Claims May Soon Have To Admit Bloody Hands

 
A "surprising turn of events", starting with a series of conflicting rulings by the federal courts, is setting a new legal stage that will require U.S. corporations to admit to “blood on their hands” to their consumers and investors.
 

FSFP Joins Global Witness In Brief Addressing "Conflict Minerals" and First Amendment Claims By Corporations


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We’re pleased to join Global Witness Limited in an important brief pushing back against a First Amendment claim by the National Association of Manufacturers and other corporate interests. 

Watch The Lenox, MA Performance of "Go Granny D!"

Off-Broadway actress Barbara Bates-Smith and musician Jeff Sebens take to the stage in Lenox, Massachusetts to highlight the story of the remarkable "Granny D", who at age 89, walked 3,200 miles across the country to crusade for campaign finance reform. This special performance pays tribute to the life of Doris “Granny D” Haddock and shares how we can end the big money dominance of our elections and restore democracy to all.

John Bonifaz Joins Wisconsin Public Radio To Discuss A Movement To Amend The Constitution

This week, John Bonifaz joined David Cobb of Move To Amend on the Kathleen Dunn radio show on Wisconsin Public Radio to discuss the growing movement to amend the Constitution. 

FSFP Filed An Amicus Brief in Grocery Manufacturers Association, et. al. v. William H. Sorrell, Attorney General

Free Speech For People has filed an amicus brief before the federal district court in Vermont in defense of Vermont’s recently-passed law requiring the labeling of food produced with genetic engineering. The law requires food sold in Vermont that was produced with genetic engineering to be labeled “produced with genetic engineering.”

Jeff Clements Featured on "Your Weekly Constitutional"

Jeff Clements, author of Corporations Are Not People, is featured on "Your Weekly Constitutional" discussing the updated version of his book and how we can amend our Constitution to end the myth of corporate personhood.

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