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However I suggest that the SCOTUS opinion was flawed from the beginning. Corporations may be business entities that are treated like individuals but they are not citizens and
therefore do not have a voice. Additionally, money is not free speech because if someone has/or contributes more money that another, then their voice is louder and overshadows or drowns out the voice of the other people.