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The illiberal Left reacted to the decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission with hysteria.
New Hampshire’s criminal libel law makes intentionally and falsely disparaging another person a misdemeanor if the communication “will tend to expose any other living person ...
The rich shouldn’t be able to weaponize frivolous litigation to stifle speech — and Pennsylvania lawmakers have an opportunity to ensure they can’t.
Gov. Phil Murphy recently signed a new law — passed unanimously by both houses of the legislature — that strengthens the free speech rights ...
A small Kansas town recently became an unlikely — but pivotal — free speech battleground.
On September 12, 2023, the Institute for Free Speech submitted comments to the Federal Election Commission in support of Agenda Document 23-21-A, “Investigations Conducted ...
Passed during a devastating pandemic and plummeting tax revenue, New York’s new budget law gives tens of millions of tax dollars to political campaigns.
Anyone who cares about free speech should ignore characterizations that make routine political disagreements seem ‘dangerous’ and worthy of government attention.
It took over two years, but YouTube has finally learned a crucial lesson about the dangers of restricting political speech.
If you can dish it out, you’ve got to be able to take it. That’s a lesson the Florida Elections Commission (FEC) is learning ...
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