De-Personhooding Corporations House Party

Corporate Personhood is the ideology that claims Corporations have the same Constitutional Rights as people and that their campagn contributions are considered freedom-of-speech protected under the First Amendment rights of these “Corporate-Persons”. Several movements have formed to reverse the supreme court ruling which guarantees corporations the right to contribute unlimited funding to political campaigns. More info.

The organization Move to Amend is teaming up with Public Citizen and People for the American Way initiating a Nation-wide citizens movement to reverse the Supreme Court Ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. The movement is using “house parties for democracy” to; inform the participants on the efforts Move to Amend has made to combat the impact to Corporate Personhood, help make community resolutions in support of an constitutional amendment, plan  local actions for January 21, 2012 (the second anniversary of the Citizens United ruling) and involve people in the growing national campaign to Amend. Senator Bernie Sanders will be a guest speaker for the national conference call to kick off these house parties on November 9. Here are the house parties scheduled for Vermont. (find a house party in your state)

Charlotte, VT

Host: Matthew Burke Address: Charlotte, VT (contact for address details) Time: 7:00-9:00pm Eastern RSVP info:

Essex Junction, VT

Host: Robert Kurth Address:  16 Ketcham Dr, Essex Junction, VT 05452 Time: 7:00-9:00pm Eastern RSVP info: 845-876-7171

Hardwick, VT

Host: Zarina O’Hagin Address: St. John the Baptist Church, 39 W Church St, Hardwick, VT 05843 Time: 7:00-9:00pm Eastern RSVP info:

Marlboro, VT

Host: Edith Thomas, Address: Marlboro, Vt 05344 RSVP: 802-257-7623

Wells, VT

Host: Anne Marie Hovel Address: 639 Saw Mill Hill Rd. Wells, VT 05774 RSVP info:

more information –

The Corporate Personhood Resolution of Vermont

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