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Charges Dropped Against New Hampshire Man Arrested For Defaming Police Chief

The Exeter police dropped charges against Robert Frese who was arrested for criminal defamation of a police chief for a […]

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ACLU Sues U.S. Courts Administrative Office for Violation of Free Speech

New rules implemented in March are barring hundred of support staff at the Administrative Office of the United States Courts from engaging […]

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A Provocative Mural in Louisiana Stirs Artistic Expression Debate

When real estate developer Neal Morris commissioned local street artist Cashy D last November to create a wall mural using a […]

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Louisiana Parish Council Passes Bill to Protect Flag From Desecration

The Iberville Parish Council without debate and against the American Civil Liberties Union’s recommendation passed an ordinance “to prohibit flag desecration […]

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Department of Justice Wants Anti-Trump Facebook User Information

The Justice Department has requested Facebook provide information on activists involved with the "DisruptJ20” protests which occurred during President Trump's inauguration. The American Civil Liberties Union is arguing that the request not only chills free speech, but also gives the DPJ unfettered access to thousands of personal records.

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Supreme Court Readies to Hear Free Speech Argument on Wedding Cake Case

It has been five years since Jack Phillips said he would not bake a cake the wedding celebration for David Mullins and Charlie Craig. They filed suit arguing that Phillips demeaned them while Phillips says he has a right under the First Amendment to free expression and the government cannot compel him otherwise. This fall, the Supreme Court will hear Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, No. 16-111.

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Yiannopoulos and ACLU Find Common Ground in Lawsuit Against Washington Metro

In banning a series of ads by disparate groups, the Washington Metro finds itself in hot water with the A.C.L.U. which is, among others, representing, Milo Yiannopoulos, because even "speech we hate" is bound by the First Amendment right to freedom of speech.

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