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Federal Judge Halts Mississippi Law Requiring Age Verification for Websites

“Mississippians have a First Amendment right to access lawful information online free from government censorship,” said Chris Marchese of NetChoice, which challenged the law.

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International Transgender Day of Visibility rally and protest in Tucson

Conservative States Challenge Federal Rule on Treatment of Transgender Students

Several Republican state attorneys general are arguing that the new policies would hurt women and girls, trample free speech rights and create burdens for the states.

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Clarence Cocroft, owner of Tru Source Medical Cannabis, stands in front of the dispensary in Olive Branch, Mississippi.

Mississippi Restrictions on Medical Marijuana Advertising Upheld by Federal Judge

The federal judge agreed with Mississippi's argument that since the possession of marijuana remains illegal under federal law, it is not a “lawful activity."

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Virginia Repeals Outdated Ban on “Profane Swearing”

The Virginia code dates back to George Washington’s 1776 “Order Against Profanity” which was used to keep soldiers from engaging in “the foolish and wicked practice of profane cursing and swearing.”

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