Joni Dahlstrom and Georgia Patriot discuss the inequitable laws that favor corporations

Chat room participant Georgia Patriot calls in to share his thoughts and views about the legal rights of corporations as interpreted by the courts.

Corporate personhood
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Corporate personhood is the status conferred upon corporations exclusively under the law of the United States, which allows corporations to have rights and responsibilities similar to those of a natural person.

As a matter of interpretation of the word “person” in the Fourteenth Amendment, U.S. courts have extended certain constitutional protections to corporations.

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