Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Citizens United, Corporate Personhood and Democracy debate

Event Notice:

Steven Colbert’s SuperPac may be a great comedy gag, but to some, the issue of campaign finance reform is no laughing matter. And at the heart of the debate is the Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling from January 2010.

Two nationally recognized experts - Prof. Bradley A. Smith and Greg Coleridge - will face off in a moderated debate on “Citizens United, Corporate Personhood, and Democracy” at the UT College of Law Auditorium on Wednesday, February 8, beginning at 6:00 p.m. Terry J. Lodge, Esq., Toledo trial lawyer, will serve as moderator.

The debate is free, open to the public, and sponsored by the UT chapter of The Federalist Society; Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (Toledo); Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society; and The UT College of Law.

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