Cobb in Edmonds

Did you know that corporations have been suing to gain constitutional rights since the 1800s? Or that an oil company has used the First Amendment to oppose investigations into whether it misled investors and regulators about the dangers of climate change? Or that Tacoma was unable to put forward a ballot initiative to protect its water because it impinges on corporate rights established by the Supreme Court case Citizens United v FEC?

You can learn more as David Cobb tours Washington State to speak about the history of corporate personhood. 

David is a lawyer, political activist, and founder of Move to Amend. David has sued corporate polluters, lobbied elected officials, and advocated for a constitutional amendment ensuring that only people have constitutional rights. In 2004, he ran for President of the United States on the Green Party ticket.

David will be touring with Cindy Black, campaign director for Initiative 735. The initiative will be on the ballot this year to make Washington the 18th state to tell Congress to overturn Citizens United and to pass a constitutional amendment ensuring that elections are fair and equitable.

August 24, 2016 at 7pm - 10pm
Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Church
8109 224th St SW
Edmonds, WA 98026
United States
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Tiffani McCoy · · 206-547-9961

Will you come?


Joe Podorsek "I’m involved in Initiative 735 because the cost of elections means people are elected who do not represent my needs or the needs of the common good."
- Joe Podorsek, 84, retired Navy, Issaquah

Kaylee Mathews "I believe that everyone should have a voice, regardless of how much money they have, so I support Initiative 735."
- Kaylee Mathews, 22, massage therapist, Tacoma

Gary McCaig "I work on Initiative 735 because I love my great-grandchildren. Any change now, even a small change, will give them big benefits later."
- Gary McCaig, 67, retired, Lynnwood

Parker Muller "I volunteer for Initiative 735 because free and fair elections should be based off ideas and policies, not who has the bigger wallet."
- Parker Muller, 26, student, Richland

Maggie Sullivan "I support Initiative 735 because I want a political system where corporations can't buy politicians to do their bidding."
- Maggie Sullivan, 60, carpenter, Alger


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