Virden v. City of Austin

November 26, 2021   •  By Scott Blackburn   •  ,

That the First Amendment secures a right to solicit contributions is firmly established. What use is the right to solicit contributions, if there is ...

New Jersey Banker’s Association v. Attorney General of New Jersey

November 23, 2021   •  By IFS staff   •  , ,

Industry-specific contribution bans such as New Jersey’s directly burden associational rights and are subject to exacting scrutiny, which requires narrow tailoring. The district court ...

Tuggle v. United States

November 11, 2021   •  By IFS Staff   •  , ,

The warrantless collection of round-the-clock home surveillance risks short-circuiting important privacy precedents and undermines the right to private association. Left unchecked, this power will ...

Green v. Miss United States of America

October 29, 2021   •  By IFS Staff   •  , ,

Oregon’s Public Accommodation Act, if read to cover pageants, violates Miss United States of America’s First Amendment speech and expressive association rights. The forced ...

303 Creative v. Elenis

October 28, 2021   •  By IFS Staff   •  , ,

The Tenth Circuit’s decision threatens to shatter strict scrutiny’s protection for speech in every context. The Supreme Court should grant certiorari to prevent strict ...

Davi v. Hein

October 8, 2021   •  By IFS Staff   •  , , ,

This amicus brief, filed jointly with the Cato Institute, affirms the broad First Amendment rights of government employees when they speak on matters of ...

City of Austin v. Reagan National Advertising of Texas

September 29, 2021   •  By IFS Staff   •  , , ,

Austin has limited digitized billboards to only those that display “on-premises” messages, effectively prohibiting ideological or abstract messages. Austin raises various excuses to conceal ...

Houston Community College System v. Wilson

September 24, 2021   •  By IFS Staff   •  , ,

Most of the briefing in this case concerns a question the Court need not resolve: whether a pure censure resolution, imposed on a member ...

NetChoice v. Attorney General, State of Florida

September 14, 2021   •  By IFS Staff   •  , ,

Florida’s law regulating social media platforms provides beneficial consumer protection measures that promote free expression and individual autonomy. But Florida’s law goes too far ...

Cato Institute v. Securities and Exchange Commission

August 27, 2021   •  By IFS Staff   •  ,

The Cato Institute is challenging the constitutionality of the SEC’s Gag Regulation. Cato wants to write a book and host a public discussion with ...

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