Comments to SEC on Proposed Climate Change Disclosure

June 10, 2021   •  By Ryan Morrison   •  ,

The Institute for Free Speech respectfully submits the following comments on climate change disclosures that Acting Chair Allison Herren Lee discussed in her March ...

Comments to FinCEN on ANPRM Implementing Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting Requirements

May 5, 2021   •  By David Keating   •  ,

The Institute for Free Speech submits the following comments on the advance notice of proposed rulemaking implementing the Corporate Transparency Act. We wish to ...

Comments to FEC on Draft Statement of Policy

April 8, 2021   •  By Alan Gura   •  ,

The Institute for Free Speech supports the proposed policy clarification regarding the closing of Federal Election Commission complaint files at the initial stage of ...

Testimony of Bradley A. Smith Before the U.S. Senate Rules and Administration Committee on S. 1

The Institute for Free Speech writes to express serious concerns about the devastating effect H.R. 1 would have on Americans’ freedom of speech and ...

Letter to U.S. House of Representatives in Opposition to H.R. 1

The Institute for Free Speech strongly opposes H.R. 1, the Orwellian “For the People Act.” More appropriately known as the “For the Politicians Act,” ...

Letter to U.S. House Administration Committee on H.R. 1’s Harms to Speech and Assembly Rights

The Institute for Free Speech writes to express serious concerns about the devastating effect H.R. 1 would have on Americans’ freedom of speech and ...

Analysis of H.R. 1 (Part One)

February 22, 2021   •  By Eric Wang   •  , , , ,

This analysis examines Title IV, Subtitles B (“DISCLOSE Act”), C (“Strengthening Oversight of Online Political Advertising”; formerly known as “Honest Ads”), and D (“Stand ...

Letter to Londonderry, New Hampshire Town Council Concerning Councilors’ First Amendment Rights

October 23, 2020   •  By Owen Yeates   •  , , ,

The Londonderry, New Hampshire Town Council has warned Town Councilors that they are not to comment on public matters on social media or in ...

Analysis of the “Judicial Ads Act” (S. 4183)

July 29, 2020   •  By Eric Wang   •  , ,

The Judicial Ads Act furthers no apparent legitimate disclosure interest – whether as the campaign finance bill it purports to be or as a ...

Constitutional Concerns with Proposed Code of Wyoming Rules Chapter 002.0005.28

July 24, 2020   •  By Tyler Martinez   •  , , ,

The Institute urges the Wyoming Secretary of State to rewrite and narrow the Proposed Rule defining “direct coordination” to avoid unnecessarily encroaching on core ...

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