Judges Challenge Policy Limiting Their Ability To Speak Publicly about Immigration
Represented by the Knight First Amendment Institute, the judges allege that the new policy amounts to an unconstitutional prior restraint. "There is an ongoing national debate about the wisdom and fairness of recent changes to immigration laws," the complaint says. "Immigration judges have unique insights to contribute to this discussion."
State Department Faces Lawsuit Challenging Constitutionality of Social Media Registration Requirement on Visa Applications
The suit, filed on behalf of two documentary film organizations, argues that the registration requirement violates the First Amendment, is too broad in scope, and has not been proven to be necessary to national security interests.
Immigration Activist Appeals Deportation Order, Arguing 1st Amendment Rights
Immigration activist Ravi Ragbir asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit to temporarily block the government from […]
Judge Rules Student May Wear “Donald J. Trump Border Wall Construction Co.” T-shirt
A federal judge issued a temporary restraining order that would allow high school senior Addison Barnes to wear a t-shirt that read "Donald J. Trump Border Wall Construction Co." for the remainder of the school year. Barnes lawyers argued that his shirt constituted "pure political speech" and did not disturb or interfere with the school, promote illegal activity or contain obscene or vulgar language.