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Corporate Personhood: Can Corporations Ride Shotgun in the Carpool Lane?

Posted on by Barry Donegan

A controversial 19th-century legal ruling created an obscure concept called “corporate personhood.” Essentially, courts consider corporations to be legal persons, thus affording them constitutional protections that would ordinarily be reserved for humans themselves. This became a hot-button issue during the … Continue reading

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