Salt Lake City voters recently received a "secret ballot" from the city asking them to vote for or against two statements of opinion: that only human beings, not corporations, have constitutional rights, and that money is not speech, so regulating political contributions is not equal to limiting speech.
Among the many reasons to vote no, here are three:
The purpose is unclear. Last year, an initiative petition containing these propositions was rejected, quite properly, because if passed it would not result in a law. That is still the case.