In this photo made Friday, April 9, 2010, Vermont ice cream entrepreneurs Ben Cohen, left, and Jerry Greenfield pose for photos in Burlington, Vt. The two are backing legislation that would allow corporations to write a social mission into their legal charters. The two say if a bill allowing for so-called "benefit corporations" had been law a decade ago, they might not have had to sell Ben & Jerry's Homemade Inc. to European conglomerate Unilever.
In this photo made Friday, April 9, 2010, Vermont ice cream entrepreneurs Ben Cohen, left, and Jerry Greenfield pose for photos in Burlington, Vt. The two are backing legislation that would allow corporations to write a social mission into their legal charters. The two say if a bill allowing for so-called "benefit corporations" had been law a decade ago, they might not have had to sell Ben & Jerry's Homemade Inc. to European conglomerate Unilever. Toby Talbot ASSOCIATED PRESS
In this photo made Friday, April 9, 2010, Vermont ice cream entrepreneurs Ben Cohen, left, and Jerry Greenfield pose for photos in Burlington, Vt. The two are backing legislation that would allow corporations to write a social mission into their legal charters. The two say if a bill allowing for so-called "benefit corporations" had been law a decade ago, they might not have had to sell Ben & Jerry's Homemade Inc. to European conglomerate Unilever. Toby Talbot ASSOCIATED PRESS
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