Bonnie Bucqueroux retired from Michigan State University's School of Journalism to experiment with online publications, including Lansing Online News. She is also co-president (with Susan Masten) of Lansing Area NOW.

3 responses to “Supreme Court: allowing corporate dollars makes no sense”

  1. Ken Rogan

    Makes just as much sense as allowing unions to collect dues and then spend it on political ads. At least a corporation will answer to a Board of Directors and stockholders, while a union will not ask for a vote of agreement.
    The answer is to keep government out of the free speech arena – completely.

  2. Nick Meador

    Great article. It seems like this is one of those topics with enormous implications that the general public won’t even hear about. I wrote an essay about it this weekend and submitted it to an online magazine called the Rumpus. If they don’t accept it I’ll probably publish it on Supraterranean.

    I mentioned Lawrence Lessig and Change Congress in my piece as well. They seem like one of the only groups fighting to create an actual working democracy in this country.

  3. Bonnie Bucqueroux

    Lawrence Lessig has now decided that a Constitutional amendment is our only hope of salvation.

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