Monthly Archives: October 2017

Victory for campaign finance reform in Montana

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed a lower court ruling and upheld Montana’s campaign contribution limits. Free Speech For People had submitted a series of amicus briefs in support of Montana’s limits as the case developed in the Ninth Circuit.







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FSFP Joins Protect Democracy to Urge Judge to Allow Appeal of Constitutional Issues in Arpaio Pardon

Free Speech for People joined Protect Democracy and others in urging U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton to take action to allow for an appeal to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit of the novel constitutional issues raised by President Trump’s pardon of Sheriff Arpaio.





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Free Speech For People Calls For Urgent Release of Government Information on Whether Trump is a Moron

We submitted a Freedom of Information Act request with the United States Department of State to obtain any records related to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s comments about Trump’s mental capacity, including any references to the President as a moron or imbecile, to determine whether Cabinet members are attempting to cover up the diminished mental capacity of a President who is unfit to serve.





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