Latest Developments

Free Speech For People Calls on Attorney General and Senate Judiciary Committee to Open Immediate Investigation into New Kavanaugh Allegations

Free Speech For People today issued a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland, Senate Judiciary Chairman Dick Durbin, and Ranking Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley, calling for immediate and thorough investigations into sexual misconduct, perjury, and conspiracy to obstruct a congressional proceeding involving Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.  The new allegations were raised in filmmaker Doug
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U.S. Department of Justice Files Brief Supporting Our Lawsuit to Stop Voter Intimidation

The United States Department of Justice has submitted a legal brief (known as a “Statement of Interest”) supporting key legal arguments in our federal lawsuit against the “United States Election Integrity Plan” (USEIP), an extremist organization that has carried out an illegal voter intimidation campaign in Colorado. Background The lawsuit, brought by Free Speech For
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Google Does Not Have Blanket Immunity Under Section 230, Legal Advocates Argue in Friend of the Court Brief before the Supreme Court

Free Speech For People today filed an amicus brief in the United States Supreme Court in support of the petitioners in the case of Gonzalez v. Google. Our brief shows the ways in which Section 230 of the federal Communications Decency Act has been wrongly interpreted by the courts to provide blanket immunity to online
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“TRUMP IS DISQUALIFIED,” MI FAMILIA VOTA HOLDS DEMONSTRATION AND BANNER DROP IN DENVER ON ANNIVERSARY OF JANUARY 6 INSURRECTION

On the second anniversary of the violent January 6th insurrection, nonpartisan civic action group is urging Colorado Secretary of State to use her power and to follow the mandate of Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment to bar Trump from the ballot. DENVER, CO (January 6, 2022) – Mi Familia Vota, a national organization working
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