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Ted Deutch and the anti- corporate personhood O.C.C.U.P.IE.D. Amendment

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Congressman Ted Deutch serves Florida's 19th District in the House of Representatives, where he is a member of the House Judiciary and Foreign Affairs Committees.

He's introduced a constitutional amendment that will end corporate personhood.

Here are very ROUGH Notes from the interview

Corporations have been occupying the nation's capitol for too long.
We're

Does 4 things:
corporations were never meant to have the same constitutional.bbbbbbbbb as you and me.
Corporations can't use the same constitutional protections.
corporate dollars can't make expenditures in any election.
regulation of campaign
Need to keep the Koch brothers ability to spend millions of dollars.

Constitutional amendment.
2/3s of  house and senate need pass it. Then 3/4s of states need to ratify it.

theoccupiedamendment.org

Bernie Sanders introduced our constitutional amendment in the senate as well.

Is this bi-partisan?

There's no question that this is a bi-partisan issue.  But we don't have any republican supporters yet.

For profit corporations shouldn't be allowed spend their money in elections at all.

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My take on the OWS movement has changed since it b... by Stuart Steinberg on Thursday, Dec 15, 2011 at 5:14:10 PM
First the banks take $ 840 BILLION from the taxpay... by Arend Rietkerk on Thursday, Dec 15, 2011 at 7:47:38 PM
Ted deutsch's amendment doesn't end corporate pers... by Ty on Friday, Dec 16, 2011 at 9:53:53 AM
  Ending corporate personhood would have no... by Larry Kachimba on Saturday, Dec 17, 2011 at 3:02:19 AM