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Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp holds a campaign event in Ringgold, Georgia

Georgia Democrats Sue To Overturn Law Allowing Unlimited Campaign Cash

The lawsuit asks a judge to declare that a 2021 law is unconstitutional because it unfairly gives unlimited fundraising powers to some people but not others.

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University of San Diego Warren Hall

University of California Regents Ban Political Statements on University Online Homepages

A critic of the measure called the policy an “attack on freedom of speech,” but a co-author of the policy described it as "a content-neutral situation.”

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Rainbow flags fly across the street from the Stonewall Inn in New York

An Order Blocking a Rule To Help LGBTQ+ Kids Applies to Hundreds of Schools

Attorneys for Moms for Liberty, a group challenging the rule in Kansas, asked U.S. District Judge John Broomes to block the rule in any county where a group member lives.

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Demonstrators and members of the The Coalition to March on the RNC hold a rally, on the first day of the Republican National Convention, in Milwaukee

Protesters Rally Peacefully at Republican National Convention in Milwaukee

The atmosphere was festive, with music playing over loud speakers and vendors selling T-shirts and buttons supporting both Republicans and Democrats.

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First 2024 presidential debate in Atlanta

City Fine for Profane Yard Sign About Biden and Trump Was Unconstitutional, Judge Rules

U.S. District Judge Mark Norris in Memphis ruled that Pereira’s political sign is not obscene, and the city cannot lawfully regulate people’s points of view.

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Preparations are underway for Republican U.S. presidential candidates to gather for their first primary debate of the 2024 campaign in Milwaukee

GOP Convention Protests to Continue Despite Shooting at Trump Rally, Activists Say

The Coalition to March on the RNC planned to protest for access to abortion rights, for immigrant rights, and against the war in Gaza among other issues.

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Preparations are underway for Republican U.S. presidential candidates to gather for their first primary debate of the 2024 campaign in Milwaukee

Federal Judge Rules Protesters Can’t March Through Republican National Convention Security Zone

The judge said in his order that protesters have a right to march in protest of the RNC, “but the First Amendment does not allow them to protest or parade in any way they choose.”

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Marion County Record office

Former Reporter Settles Part of Her Lawsuit Over a Police Raid on a Kansas Newspaper for $235,000

The settlement removed the former police chief in Marion from the lawsuit filed by former Marion County Record reporter Deb Gruver, but it doesn’t apply to two other officials she sued over the raid: the Marion County sheriff and the county’s prosecutor.

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