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Full Transcript and Excerpted Video: FSFP Chairman and Senior Legal Advisor Ben Clements on The Digital Accountability Act.

FSFP Chairman and Senior Legal Advisor Ben Clements recently appeared at the Western New England Law Review Symposium and gave a presentation on the Digital Accountability Act and the urgent need to hold social media companies accountable when they amplify disinformation and threats of violence on their platforms. The following is the full transcript from
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MI FAMILIA VOTA AND INDIVIDUAL VOTERS SUE TO BLOCK NEW VOTER SUPPRESSION LAW IN TEXAS

The complaint targets SB 1, one of the country’s most restrictive voting laws, for violating the Constitution’s First, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. SAN ANTONIO, TX (September 27, 2021) – Non-profit civic engagement organization Mi Familia Vota, along with individual voters, filed suit today in the United States District
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What Seattle Can Teach the Country About Fixing Our Democracy.

Seattle’s twin campaign finance reforms—democracy vouchers, and a ban on political spending by foreign-influenced corporations—have proven their merit. By Ron Fein, Cindy Black Far from the dysfunctional tumult in Congress, Seattle has found two keys toward fixing problems that plague our democracy. The country should pay attention. America’s system for funding election campaigns is broken. Most
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“The eyes of history are on him”: New FSFP Oped Published by Newsweek On Why President Biden Must Push The U.S. Senate To End The Filibuster And Pass The For The People Act And The John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.

Newsweek recently published a new oped by FSFP President John Bonifaz and FSFP Board Chairman Ben Clements on why President Biden must utilize his presidential power to push the U.S. Senate to end the filibuster and pass the For The People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. The following is an excerpt
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