Monthly Archives: March 2018

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Hears Argument in Key Campaign Finance Case

Massachusetts has prohibited business corporations from making political contributions since 1907. On Tuesday, March 6, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court heard arguments in 126 Self Storage v. Sullivan, a challenge to the state’s longstanding ban. (In 2015, we wrote about … More »

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FSFP Welcomes Spring 2018 Legal Interns

Free Speech For People is pleased to announce our spring 2018 legal interns. We welcome these law students to our Legal Advocacy Program and we look forward to working with them. Kourosh Azin is a first year student at Boston … More »

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Congratulations to Jasmine Gomez, winner of the Rob Doyle award from the National Lawyers Guild of Massachusetts!

Free Speech For People is thrilled to announce that Jasmine Gomez, Democracy Honors Fellow, is a 2018 recipient of the Rob Doyle Award from the National Lawyers Guild – Massachusetts Chapter. As the Democracy Honors Fellow with Free Speech For … More »

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After Pentagon Stonewalls FOIA Requests for Information on Trump’s Proposed Military Parade, Free Speech For People Files New FOIA Requests to the District of Columbia

Today, Free Speech For People submitted six requests to agencies of the District of Columbia government, under D.C.’s municipal Freedom of Information Act, requesting release of documents and communications regarding President Trump’s proposed military parade through Washington, D.C. These requests … More »

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