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cascadiance Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-26-09 12:45 PM
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137. Yeah, this ruling is a bit confusing to me...
Edited on Tue May-26-09 12:46 PM by cascadiance
It was cited in that other DU link here as an example of a place to look for those interested in her stances on "corporate personhood".

I was hoping there were others out there with far better legal minds than mine who could at least offer an opinion if her role in this case reveals any sort of propensity to rule in favor of or against corporate personhood.

For me, earlier when I was looking at Erwin Chemerinsky, I found his opinion in the Nike case a lot clearer for me that he'd side against corporate "free speech", which had him on my list of favorites for the job then.
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