Latest Developments

“A heroic and democracy-saving effort,” Glenn Kirschner praises 14point3 campaign in interview with FSFP President John Bonifaz

Free Speech For People’s President John Bonifaz appeared on Glenn Kirschner’s Justice Matters last week to discuss the 14point3 campaign, which seeks to bar insurrectionists including Donald Trump from any future ballot. Kirschner is an NBC legal analyst and a former federal prosecutor. Under Section 3 of the Fourteenth Amendment, public officials (including the President
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FSFP Joins Campaign Legal Center In Federal Lawsuit Challenging New Voter Suppression Laws In Arizona

Free Speech For People has joined the Campaign Legal Center as part of the legal team on a lawsuit challenging two new voter suppression laws in Arizona: H.B. 2492, which imposes discriminatory burdens on voters with new documentary proof of residence and citizenship requirements; and H.B. 2243, which requires local election officials remove voters from
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Free Speech For People’s Statement on Fulton County Superior Court Judge Brasher’s Ruling in Greene case

On July 25, Judge Christopher Brasher of the Fulton County, Georgia Superior Court issued a decision upholding Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s earlier decision to allow Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene to appear on the ballot. A group of Georgia voters, represented by a legal team led by Free Speech For People, had challenged Greene’s candidacy
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FSFP Chairman and Senior Legal Advisor Ben Clements argues for the Big Tech Accountability Act in the Western New England Law Review

Free Speech For People Chairman and Senior Legal Advisor Ben Clements has authored an article for the Western New England Law Review, outlining our proposed Big Tech Accountability Act. The newly-published piece, entitled “The Big Tech Accountability Act: Reforming How the Biggest Corporations Control and Exploit Online Communications,” addresses many of the unfounded claims used
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WATCH LIVE: Fulton County Superior Court To Hear Oral Arguments in Challenge to Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Candidacy Under US Constitution’s Insurrectionist Disqualification Clause.

Counsel for Georgia voters to argue that Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s decision should be reversed and that Marjorie Taylor Greene is disqualified from future office under the US Constitution, based on her role in the January 6th insurrection. WHAT: Oral arguments on the Petition for Judicial Review WHEN: Monday, July 18, 2022  at
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Public Interest Groups Call on Secretaries of State to Sign Declaration Barring Donald Trump From the Ballot Under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The nonprofit, nonpartisan legal advocacy group Free Speech For People and the grassroots advocacy group Our Revolution are calling on secretaries of state across the country to follow the mandate of Section 3 of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution and sign a declaration that former president Donald Trump is barred from
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Free Speech For People co-leads coalition in California to stop dangerous online voting

Good news in California! Several months ago, a bill (SB1480), was introduced in the California Senate that would dangerously impact California’s elections by expanding voting over the Internet.  SB 1480’s aim was to improve accessibility for voters with disabilities, which we strongly support, but the online voting proposal would endanger not only the security and
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Free Speech For People Renews the Call to Expand the Supreme Court

After a half-century of legal precedent, a handful of extremist Supreme Court justices have overturned Roe v. Wade, denying bodily autonomy for millions of Americans. Meanwhile, the Court also dealt a crushing blow to gun control measures yesterday when it overturned a law in New York that would have required a permit for concealed carry,
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