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Should Legislators be permitted to distinguish between natural persons and corporations?

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Should Legislators be permitted to distinguish between natural persons and corporations or other artificial entities created by law?





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Congress and the States ... may distinguish between natural persons and corporations or other artificial entities created by law, including prohibiting such entities from spending money to influence elections.

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Should Legislators be prohibited from distinguishing between natural persons and corporations or other artificial entities created by law?
Is one of those groups an oppressed minority that requires protection from legislative discrimination?
If so, how has this group suffered from past exploitation, and how has this exploitation been sanctioned by legislation?
Would they then require affirmative action legislation in order to compensate for established structural inequality?
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Right to ...:... vote? Marry? Bear arms? Goto prison?
Right to eat, drink, and be happy?
Right to die with dignity?
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Right to own other entities?
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Right to outspend? To have greater influence over policies of other states
Right to enlist in armed forces? - to be drafted? to die for country? Win medal of honor?
Right to healthcare? Education? - to hold public office?
Right to be hidden? To hide entities owned?
Right to avoid taxes? Right to adopt, to have babies, career? Right to be sold?
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TY, closing -

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