Citizens United

A series of public hearings are scheduled over the next two months in Ohio communities that have passed ordinances asking Congress to declare that corporations are not people, and money is not speech.

Voters in Mentor and Chagrin Falls on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved ordinances calling on Congress to enact a constitutional amendment declaring corporations are not people and money does not equate to free speech.

A new documentary on the influence of money and corporations in American politics begins a week long run in Columbus today.

A new report by Ohio State University's College of Law examines the real-world impact outside spending is having on elections and politics since the U.S. Supreme Court's 2010 Citizens United ruling, which allows more political spending by corporations and unions.

Voters in Defiance and Cleveland Heights approved ballot resolutions Tuesday seeking to curb the power of corporations in government and elections.