Author Archives: Oske Buckley

Harvard Law and Policy Review: Exposing Exxon’s Ham-Fisted Attempts to Wield a Weaponized First Amendment

In an article for Harvard Law and Policy Review, Free Speech For People Senior Counsel, Shanna Cleveland, details Exxon’s misuse of the First Amendment, and fabricated claim of corporate constitutional rights, to evade accountability for potentially misleading statements made by … More »

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Leading Constitutional Lawyers Back Bill to Close Loophole Allowing Foreign Contributions to NYC Political Campaigns

In a press release issued today by New York Public Advocate Letitia James, it was announced that Federal Election Commission Vice-Chair, Ellen Weintraub, and Harvard Law Professors, Charles Fried and Laurence Tribe, have submitted letters to the New York City … More »

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Free Speech For People Calls for an Impeachment Investigation Against Justice Brett Kavanaugh

ImpeachBrett.org, a non-partisan campaign led by Free Speech For People, launched a petition today, following the vote in the U.S. Senate to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court, calling on the House Judiciary Committee to begin immediate hearings … More »

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Newsweek: Impeach Brett Kavanaugh Petition Starts Immediately After He’s Officially Voted onto Supreme Court

Free Speech For People launched a campaign to impeach Justice Brett Kavanaugh on September 9, 2018, following evidence emerging of Kavanaugh committing perjury before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. We have since expanded the grounds for impeachment to include credible … More »

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Ron Fein Joins Congressman Al Green for ‘Impeachment: A Necessary Remedy for Bigotry in Policy”

Free Speech For People Legal Director Ron Fein joined Congressman Al Green and Distinguished Professor of History at American University, Allan Lichtman, on September 13, 2018, at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative Conference for the special forum, “Impeachment: … More »

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