Section 1. We the people who ordain and establish this Constitution intend the rights protected by this Constitution to be the rights of natural persons.
Section 2. People, person, or persons as used in this Constitution does not include corporations, limited liability companies or other corporate entities established by the laws of any state, the United States, or any foreign state, and such corporate entities are subject to such regulations as the people, through their elected state and federal representatives, deem reasonable and are otherwise consistent with the powers of Congress and the States under this Constitution.
Section 3. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to limit the people's rights of freedom of speech, freedom of the press, free exercise of religion, and such other rights of the people, which rights are inalienable.
This Constitution may be amended by vote of a majority of adult citizens in each of at least two-thirds of the States representing cumulatively a majority of the adult citizens of the United States, or by vote of at least two-thirds of the adult citizens of the United States with majorities in a majority of the States.
I do hereby pledge as a US Federal Senator or Representative to introduce, sponsor, support, vote for public Congressional debates of and recorded votes on in committee and on the floor, and to vote to submit to the several States for ratification, the above "People's Rights Amendment" and "State Amendment Amendment".
I wonder if the "People's Rights Amendment" couldn't better be replaced by the simpler
Corporations are not people, and corporate monies are not speech.
The first phrase was my originally-preferred version of the Amendment, and any court, including Supreme Court, that could re-interpret that to re-legalize corporate personhood or corporate monetary intervention in elections could re-interpret the much more complicated "People's Rights Amendment" likewise.