Tag: op-ed

“A tool of discrimination”: FSFP Chairman and Senior Legal Advisor Ben Clements argues SCOTUS ruling on LGBTQ+ discrimination could undo decades of progress for historically marginalized groups.

In a recent op-ed published in The Hill, Free Speech For People Chairman and Senior Legal Advisor Ben Clements argues that the Supreme Court’s ruling in 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis not only greenlights discrimination against members of the LGBTQ+ community, but it opens the door to legalizing discrimination against historically marginalized groups: “The court’s
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Why the US Chamber of Commerce is Wrong on Citizens United

(Photo:Kaeun Yu/ Talk Radio News)  Read the latest op-ed from Jeffrey Clements, author and co-founder of Free Speech For People. The op-ed, published August 15,2014 to TruthOut begins: “On July 12, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved a 28th Amendment that would overturn Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission and once again allow the states and
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Crony capitalism alive with Ex-Im Bank

Ron Fein and Tom Bacon of Free Speech For People take on “crony capitalism” in a new op-ed published today in The Hill. In Congress, a fight continues over whether to renew the charter of the Export/Import Bank, which Fein describes as, “an obscure government agency that supports the purchase of American products overseas with taxpayer-backed
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