Proposition G on the November ballot would make it San Francisco’s policy that corporations are not persons, and should therefore not have the same rights.

Under current federal law, corporations are allowed to donate unlimited amounts of money to candidates and parties, as are individuals. If approved, Prop. G is intended to send a message to Washington that San Francisco voters want that policy reversed.

San Francisco’s Proposition G: Brought to You by Puppets from Mission Local on Vimeo.

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A Modesto, CA native, Carly has been working in the news industry for the past five years. She has worked with The Portland Mercury as an Arts Intern, The San Francisco Bay Guardian as a News Intern, The Lewis County Chronicle in Centralia, WA as a beat reporter, and was the student opinion editor for her undergraduate newspaper, The Daily Vanguard, for Portland State University, in Portland, Ore. She currently lives in San Francisco, CA.

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