Three Massachusetts bills, S 394, H 2081 and H 2904, would prohibit foreign-influenced companies from making political expenditures — here is what you need to know. More
Over 7,000 citizens submitted comments to the EPA warning that a new proposed rule to rescind the definition of the “waters of the United States” would confer financial benefit to President Trump and would be unconstitutional. More
The Boston Globe has just posted an op-ed by our Legal Director Ron Fein & Prof. Laurence Tribe of Harvard Law School, entitled “How Massachusetts can fight foreign influence in our elections.” More
Days before Justice Gorsuch is to deliver a speech at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., a coalition of constitutional lawyers, scholars, and public interest groups re-issued an open letter urging him to cancel his speech due to conflicts of interest with appearing at a hotel owned, through LLCs and a revocable trust, by President Trump. More
Watch this discussion on WGBH-TV’s Greater Boston show where Free Speech For People Board Chair Ben Clements makes the case for an impeachment investigation of President Trump. More
Today, the Boston Globe published an open letter to Congress, signed by activists around Massachusetts calling for an impeachment investigation of President Trump.
A new Washington Post op-ed, by Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe and Free Speech For People Legal Director Ron Fein, makes the case for overturning President Trump’s pardon of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
We are excited to share our most recent impact update, highlighting all we’ve been able to accomplish so far in 2017 with the help of our supporters. Thank you!! More
Ron Fein speaks with Sonali Kolhatkar, on the September 13, 2017 Episode, “As Arpaio Pushes To Erase Verdict, Groups Sue Over Pardon.”
Late last night, Free Speech For People and allies filed papers in federal court in Arizona requesting that Judge Susan Bolton appoint an outside special prosecutor (known as a “private attorney”) to complete the prosecution of former Sheriff Joe Arpaio for contempt of court. More