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“Corporations, the Constitution and Democracy” A Recap From Our Symposium With Loyola Law School

On Friday, November 20, Free Speech For People and Loyola Law School of Los Angeles hosted a full-day academic symposium on “Corporations, the Constitution, and Democracy.” With the invaluable assistance of Professor Elizabeth Pollman, the event brought together some of … More »

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FSFP And Partners File Amicus Brief Defending The City Of Los Angeles And Its Hotel Worker “Living Wage Ordinance”

Free Speech For People, Courage Campaign, Equal Justice Society and Western Center on Law and Poverty, filed an amicus brief supporting the City of Los Angeles and its new hotel worker “living wage” ordinance against an Equal Protection Clause challenge from the American Hotel & Lodging Association. More »

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