AN ACT TO SUBMIT TO THE VOTERS OF NORTH CAROLINA A REFERENDUM URGING CONGRESS TO PASS AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES DECLARING THAT CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS BELONG ONLY TO INDIVIDUALS AND NOT TO CORPORATIONS OR OTHER ARTIFICIAL ENTITIES AND THAT CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED FREE SPEECH EXCLUDES THE UNLIMITED SPENDING OF MONEY ON POLITICAL CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS.
Includes several whereas clauses.
Subject to statewide voter approval at the statewide election held on November 6, 2018, urges Congress to pass an amendment to the US Constitution declaring that (1) constitutional rights belong only to individuals and not to corporations or other artificial entities and that (2) free speech excludes unlimited spending of money on political campaign contributions.
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