The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that corporations, especially ones closely held by very rich people, will have no restrictions whatsoever in whatever they do.
"We have been heading in this direction for a long time" spoke Chief Justice John Roberts. "All of the justices are millionaires and we have long favored giving rich people more power than regular old poor people. Also, we feel governing will be much more easier once the middle class is eradicated. This new legislation is just meant to simplify things."
General Motors was the first corporation to respond, commenting, "GM will no longer be honoring worker contracts or hiring union workers."