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Commentary :: Human Rights
BTL: 2012 Campaign Spending Breaking New Records as Groups Fight to Overturn Supreme Court 'Corporate Personhood' Decision
18 Feb 2012
Modified: 09:06:58 AM
Interview with Jeff Clements, author of the book, "Corporations Are Not People", conducted by Scott Harris
2012 Campaign Spending Breaking New Records as Groups Fight to Overturn Supreme Court 'Corporate Personhood' Decision

Interview with Jeff Clements, author of the book, "Corporations Are Not People", conducted by Scott Harris

Although President Obama opposed the Supreme Court’s January 2010 Citizens United decision that eliminated many limits on corporate contributions to election campaigns, he symbolically threw in the towel in early February to endorse Super Political Action Committees or Super PACs created by the decision. With his endorsement, Obama joined Republican presidential candidates who are already using Super PACs, and urged his supporters to make donations to the Priorities USA Super PAC, established to make unlimited expenditures on the president’s behalf in the 2012 election campaign. But as the White House made this announcement, a press release stated that “President favors action – by constitutional amendment, if necessary – to place reasonable limits on all such spending.”

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http://www.btlonline.org/2012/seg/120224cf-btl-clements.html
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http://www.btlonline.org/
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