Justice Rehnquist’s Dissent in First National Bank of Boston v. Bellotti

A dissent in which Justice Rehnquist contends that constitutional personhood should not be granted to corporations

Personalizing the Impersonal: Corporations and the Bill of Rights

A comprehensive law review article which offers the most thorough legal analysis to date of the process by which corporations have seized specific constitutional rights

Proposed Constitutional Amendments

We propose amendments to revoke corporate constitutional “rights,” to reverse Buckley v. Valeo, and to establish a right to vote.

Montana’s Rejection of Citizens United as Precedent Goes to U.S. Supreme Court

Justice Kennedy suspended the Montana Supreme Court ruling and Montana’s ban on corporate electioneering sought by the plaintiffs, pending the filing an appeal by the American Tradition Partnership.

Movement to Abolish Corporate Personhood Gaining Traction

In the year and a half since the Citizens United decision, Americans from all walks of life have become concerned about corporate dominance of our government and our society as a whole.

More Cities and Counties Pass Resolutions in Support of Amending the Constitution

Fort Bragg, California, Madison, Wisconsin, and Dane County, Wisconsin all recently passed resolutions calling for amending the U.S. Constitution to revoke corporate personhood.

Model Resolution to Free Democracy from Corporate Control and Amend the Constitution

This template resolution calling for an amendment to the constitution to end corporate personhood can be used to help grow the movement and get other communities to take this stand. It can be used with City Councils, County Boards of Supervisors, and others.