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Abolish Super PACs, Ban Foreign Corporate Money: State Legislators Hear Testimony on Bills to Protect Election Integrity in Massachusetts.

BOSTON, MA – As multinational corporations like Uber and Lyft prepare to push a new ballot measure in Massachusetts that would define their drivers as independent contractors, state legislators will hear public testimony today on bills to abolish super PACs and to prohibit spending by foreign-influenced corporations in Massachusetts elections. The hearing, before the Joint
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The Supreme Court is Attacking Our Voting Rights

The Supreme Court gutted the landmark 1965 Voting Rights Act twice. First, in their 2013 decision in Shelby County v. Holder, they stripped away the preclearance provision that protected voting rights in states with a history of voter suppression. Then this summer, in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee, Justice Alito issued a majority opinion undermining
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Expand the Supreme Court. Pass the Judiciary Act.

Last week, the Supreme Court refused to stop a Texas law banning abortions after six weeks (before many women know they’re pregnant), violating the constitutional right to choose and establishing a dangerous precedent that could overturn Roe v. Wade and pave the way for states across the country to aggressively strip away our civil rights.
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AZ Central Publishes New Oped By Voting Rights Groups On Recent Federal Lawsuit Challenging Arizona’s New Voter Suppression Laws

AZ Central recently published a new oped by Mi Familia Vota, Arizona Coalition for Change, Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA), and Chispa Arizona on the new federal lawsuit challenging two voter suppression laws that were recently passed by the Arizona Legislature. Free Speech For People is honored to represent these voting rights groups
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FSFP Legal Counsel Courtney Hostetler Discusses Our Federal Lawsuit Challenging Arizona’s New Voter Suppression Laws on The BradCast.

FSFP Legal Counsel Courtney Hostetler recently appeared on The BradCast to discuss our recent lawsuit seeking to block two new voter suppression laws enacted by the Arizona Legislature. “Our arguments are one; that the Legislature knew exactly what it was doing and it passed this law with the intention of being discriminatory, and two; we’re
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VIDEO: Free Speech For People Calls on AG Garland To Create An Independent DOJ Task ForceTo Investigate Trump For Potential Federal Crimes.

For at least the past five years, Donald Trump, and his aides and associates, have engaged in a flurry of unethical, unconstitutional, and often criminal activity, culminating on January 6, 2021 with the seditious insurrection on the United States Capitol incited and encouraged by former President Trump and his allies. If we are to begin
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FSFP Senior Advisor on Election Security Susan Greenhalgh Discusses the Dangers of Wireless Connectivity in Federally Certified Voting Machines at DEFCON Voting Village.

FSFP Senior Advisor On Election Security Susan Greenhalgh recently appeared at DEFCON Voting Village to discuss why Free Speech For People is suing the  U.S. Election Assistance Commission for its decision to allow devices with wireless networking capability in federally certified voting machines. The discussion provided an in-depth view of all the behind-the scenes charades
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FSFP President John Bonifaz Discusses Free Speech For People’s 14point3 Campaign on Background Briefing.

FSFP President John Bonifaz recently appeared on Background Briefing With Ian Masters to discuss Free Speech For People’s 14point3 campaign, which calls for Secretaries of State and chief election officials across the country to follow the mandate of Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment and bar insurrectionists, including Donald Trump, from any future ballot. “What
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“Our democracy is on the line”: FSFP President John Bonifaz Featured in an Article on the Call for Congress to Delay Its August Recess to Pass the For The People Act.

FSFP President John Bonifaz was recently featured in a new Common Dreams piece on a twenty-two-member coalition call for the U.S. Senate to delay the August recess in order to pass the For the People Act. Since the House of Representatives passed H.R.1 in March 2021, Free Speech For People has been urging the U.S.
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