Latest Developments

Free Speech For People Renews the Call to Expand the Supreme Court

After a half-century of legal precedent, a handful of extremist Supreme Court justices have overturned Roe v. Wade, denying bodily autonomy for millions of Americans. Meanwhile, the Court also dealt a crushing blow to gun control measures yesterday when it overturned a law in New York that would have required a permit for concealed carry,
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Washington Post: Insurrectionists can be barred from office, appeals court says

Major victory for upholding the mandate of Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment, the Insurrectionist Disqualification Clause As reported in the Washington Post, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued a ruling on May 24 on the appeal of a federal lawsuit filed by Representative Madison Cawthorn to block the North Carolina
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FSFP Joins Campaign Legal Center In Federal Lawsuit Challenging New Voter Suppression Laws In Arizona

Free Speech For People has joined the Campaign Legal Center as part of the legal team on a lawsuit challenging two new voter suppression laws in Arizona: H.B. 2492, which imposes discriminatory burdens on voters with new documentary proof of residence and citizenship requirements; and H.B. 2243, which requires local election officials remove voters from
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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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