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Ben & Jerry's co-founder Ben Cohen has announced he will be launching a campaign this August to bring focus to the influence of corporate cash in politics. According to Yahoo News, Cohen, with the help of advocacy group Move to Amend, the campaign will entail the distribution of rubber stamps with various anti-corporation sentiments— the idea being that individuals will mark their money and bring awareness to corporate election spending. The stamps will read, “Corporations are not people,” “Money is not speech” and “Not to be used for bribing politicians,” among other phrases. This is the second time the OWS movement has tried a similar tactic, the first being Occupy George, which highlighted American income disparity.

Cohen ultimately aims "To secure a constitutional amendment saying corporations do not enjoy the same protected rights as individuals and that money is not a form of speech," which to be successful would mean an amendment of the 2010 Citizens United Supreme Court decision that allowed corporations and unions unlimited election spending so long as they did not directly fund individual candidates.

Ben and Jerry's ice cream, famously threw themselves behind the movement last fall and both Ben and Jerry are part of not-for-profit Movement Resource Group, which pumped upwards of $300,000 into the movement in the last few months.