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oscar_the_couch238 karma

I imagine someone in your legal department is going to be less than pleased with you.

oscar_the_couch194 karma

Was this AMA part of your business plan?

oscar_the_couch181 karma

He's a lawyer, but he's not your lawyer. He's not going to give legal advice, publicly, based on incomplete information provided via reddit.

oscar_the_couch64 karma

Attorney here (but not this kind). You should talk to an attorney.

oscar_the_couch28 karma

Two things: overturn Citizens United and publicly finance federal campaigns. Corporations should not be treated as people.

Overturning Citizens United would require a constitutional amendment, and is, at this point, a bit unrealistic. How would you feel about instead changing the requirements for shareholder votes for corporate political speech, i.e. requiring some percentage of all shareholders, rather than shares, vote to approve political spending by the company?

I think that solution is possible without a constitutional amendment.