Monthly Archives: December 2014

FSFP And Retired Montana Supreme Court Justice File Brief In Defense Of A Florida Campaign Finance Rule For Judicial Elections

(Image Source) Free Speech For People, along with retired Montana Supreme Court Justice (and Free Speech For People board member) James Nelson, has filed an amicus brief before the U.S. Supreme Court in defense of a Florida campaign finance rule … More »

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63,000 Strikes And You’re Out? Not If You’re A Global Corporation In Delaware, Explains Jeff Clements To Huffington Post

Over a decade before the Big Branch mine explosion, Massey Energy had committed more than 63,000 violations of mine safety laws, and violated the federal Clean Water Act 13,000 times. Three years after the explosion, CEO Don Blankenship was indicted, but Massey still operates in Delaware.

Free Speech For People’s Jeff Clements writes to the Huffington Post on the case. More »

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FSFP Joins Global Witness In Brief Addressing “Conflict Minerals” and First Amendment Claims By Corporations

(Photo via Global Witness) We’re pleased to join Global Witness Limited in an important brief pushing back against a First Amendment claim by the National Association of Manufacturers and other corporate interests. The case comes from a provision of the … More »

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