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A Bleg – who is the BEST First Amendment Lawyer in NH?

I don’t care if it is someone on the Left that is a Liberal or on the Right that is a Conservative.  All I care about is that their PASSION makes them the BEST defender of our First Amendment Rights in the State.  The “why” will come later.

No, NH Rep Douglas Ley (D-Jaffrey), you aren’t the “arbiter” of the First Amendment, either!

“Don’t wear the Button!  Don’t wear the beads” Funny, the last time I was there, I didn’t see a rack in the NH House cloakroom labeled “Hang your First Amendment Rights here.”  Yet, we just saw another backhanded Democrat call for “civility” among the NH House members (by NH Rep Douglas Levy:Anti-Constitutionalist, Anti -First Amendment …

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Harassment Statute Violates First Amendment – Court Fails to Fix It

Texas passed a law meant to address abuse (let’s call it bullying) in the digital age. But as written the law can be interpreted to limit the ability of citizens to criticize government officials. Another overstep, another opportunity to learn something, just don’t rely on the court (not that you should) to do the teaching. …

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Judge Brett Kavanaugh has ruled that Net Neutrality violates the First Amendment.

Ken White at Popehat has a detailed breakdown of important decisions written by longtime circuit court judge Brett Kavanaugh. The point being, not to advocate but to explore for the purpose of summarizing where a Justice Kavanaugh is likely to come down on future First Amendment cases. I found them all interesting but one, in particular, caught my attention and …

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Breaking News: Mandatory Union Dues Violate First Amendment

Boom! For these reasons, States and public-sector unions may no longer extract agency fees from nonconsenting employees. The First Amendment is violated when money is taken from nonconsenting employees for a public-sector union; employees must choose to support the union before anything is taken from them. Accordingly, neither an agency fee nor any other form …

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DISQUS Doodlings: Both Jonathan Baird and Dan Williams are wrong about the First Amendment and the NFL

Background: Jonathan Baird works for the Social Security Administration, Dan Williams is a government teacher.  Both work in union dominated workplaces; my opinion stems from that and that both of them get the new NFL policy wrong from different viewpoints.  Mine?  The owners own the teams – they can make policies that their employees have …

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