Latest Developments

Federal Court Allows Challenge to Voter Suppression Law in Texas to Proceed

Mi Familia Vota and three individual Texas voters, along with co-plaintiffs Houston Area Urban League, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, The Arc of Texas, and Jeffrey Lamar Clemmons, won a significant court victory on August 2, 2022, in their legal challenge to SB 1, a 2021 Texas election law that unconstitutionally and unlawfully limits eligible voters’
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FSFP Legal Director Ron Fein Discusses New Mexico Ruling Implementing Insurrectionist Disqualification Clause and Its Implications For Future 14point3 Challenges on Rising Up With Sonali

FSFP Legal Director Ron Fein recently appeared on Rising Up With Sonali to discuss a recent New Mexico ruling that disqualified former county commissioner Couy Griffin from public office under Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment. Fein also discussed the implications of that ruling for challenges to the candidacies of other insurrectionists including former president
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FSFP Chairman and Senior Legal Advisor Ben Clements argues for the Big Tech Accountability Act in the Western New England Law Review

Free Speech For People Chairman and Senior Legal Advisor Ben Clements has authored an article for the Western New England Law Review, outlining our proposed Big Tech Accountability Act. The newly-published piece, entitled “The Big Tech Accountability Act: Reforming How the Biggest Corporations Control and Exploit Online Communications,” addresses many of the unfounded claims used
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Indivisible, Free Speech For People, and PA-10 Constituents File Ethics Committee Complaint Against Rep. Perry for January 6 Involvement

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Yesterday, working with Indivisible and Free Speech For People, constituents from Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District filed a complaint against Representative Scott Perry with the House Committee on Ethics over his involvement in efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential elections. Following yesterday’s submission, the House Committee on Ethics will decide whether to establish
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