Monthly Archives: April 2019

Amicus Brief by Election Security Experts Highlights Major Flaws in South Carolina Election Systems

“With this brief, election security experts are sounding the alarm about the vulnerability of voting systems in South Carolina and in other states using electronic voting machines which cannot be trusted for properly counting our votes. With the 2020 election … More »

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Former Montana Supreme Court Justice James Nelson: Trump must be bound by Constitutional chains

In an important new oped for the the Independent Record, former Montana Supreme Court Justice James C. Nelson discusses why we must hold President Trump accountable for his violations of the US Constitution, our democratic values, and the rule of … More »

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Public Interest Groups to EPA: Constitution Forbids Weakening Clean Water Protections to Benefit Trump’s Golf Courses

Free Speech For People and the New Jersey-based Raritan Headwaters Association filed a comment arguing that the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are constitutionally prohibited from relaxing a Clean Water Act protection so as to benefit … More »

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Ron Fein and Larry Tribe for the New York Daily News: Close N.Y.’s double jeopardy loophole before Trump starts issuing pardons

In an editorial for the New York Daily News, Free Speech For People Legal Director, Ron Fein, and Harvard Law Professor, Laurence Tribe, discuss the urgent need for the New York Legislature to close a double jeopardy loophole in state … More »

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