241. Corporate free speech? Since when? – The Boston Globe

September 5, 2009 § Leave a comment

This case, coming before the Supreme Court, is going to be crucial for who owns the future.

The Obama administration will defend the restraints on the grounds that corporations are different from individuals. “Corporations are artificial persons endowed by the government with significant special advantages that no natural person possesses,’’ solicitor general (and former Harvard Law School dean) Elena Kagan has written.

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