Montana Bill Supports Giving Corporations Actual Votes

Giving Corporations Actual Votes

Giving corporations actual vote power equal to humans is unusually damaging idea to say the least

Montana Bill to Give Corporations Right to Vote


Montana Rep. Steve Lavin is taking Mitt Romney’s assertion that “Corporations are people” a bit too far. Lavin has proposed legislation that would allow a designated individual of a corporation owning land in a municipality to vote. This is part of the larger plan by Lavin to let property owners like corporations the right to vote in municipal elections. According to Think Progress, Rep. Steve Lavin (R-Kalispell) has introduced Montana House Bill No. 486, which would grant to “a firm, partnership, company or corporation” this right. | Democracy, elections and voting at Democracy Chronicles

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