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Corporate Marriage Equality?

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A Valentine’s Day thought that came to me in an email:

Someone in the audience during a Q&A on “American Perspectives” on C-SPAN noted:

The Dred Scott decision declared people to be property, and the Citizens United decision declared property to be people.

Does this mean that if two corporations can merge then same-sex marriage is legal?

Irony is my favorite form of humor.

Happy Valentine’s Day to you all.


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Cynthia Kouril

Cynthia Kouril

Cynthia Kouril is a former Special Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York under several different U.S. Attorneys, former counsel to the Inspector General for the N.Y.C. Department of Environmental Protection where she investigated threats to the New York City water supply and other environmental crimes, as well as public corruption and fraud against the government, former Examining Attorney at the N.Y.C. Department of Investigation and former Capital Construction Counsel at New York City Parks and Recreation.
She is now in private practice with a colleague whom she met while at the USA Attorney's Office. Ms. Kouril is a member of the Steering Committee, National Committeewoman and Regional Coordinator for the New York Democratic Lawyers Council, a member of the Program Committee of the Federal Bar Council and a member of the Election Law Committee at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. She is active in several other Bar Associations.
Most important of all, she is a soccer mom.