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ABA Journal 2m
Ari Melber behind the scenes. Melber practiced four years with legendary lawyer Floyd Abrams before joining MSNBC. “We are going through a period of history where it feels like a lot of America is going to law school together,” says Melber.
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Rich Glickstein 1h
Retired membership to : renewed! Journalists are to be protected! Donate to, or become a member of, your favorite press association. Help the shine a light to protect all the others.
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Adrian the Chiliflake🙈 7m
Replying to @TMobile
That shit is nasty
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Bass, Berry & Sims 4m
When filing applications, it is important to remember that vulgar or obscene trademarks still must meet all of the other registration requirements. Read more about this landmark ruling:
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National Coalition Against Censorship 5h
Happy 37th anniversary of ! In Board of Ed. v. Pico, ruled that schools cannot “prescribe what shall be orthodox in politics, nationalism, religion, or other matters of opinion.” Because students have rights, too.
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Len Niehoff 11h
John Roberts and his mixed record on the
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Nashwa Gewaily Jun 22
Replying to @hogangidley45
Presumably, this is what WH Principal Deputy Press Secretary has in mind when he casually yearns aloud for a more "complicit, compliant media."
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Bradley King 2h
Replying to @farhip
It’s clear the doesn’t care about our 🤷🏾‍♂️
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errol barnett Jun 20
Replying to @errolbarnett
Public faith in the police vs. rights. Consider that everything *Plain View Project released was posted publicly on Facebook by self-identified police officers. How many of these views are hidden? (*corrected earlier spelling)
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Mary Ann Owens 40m
rules law banning ‘scandalous,’ ‘immoral’ trademarks is unconstitutional based on protections; dissent states ruling will further ‘coarsen’ US social mores
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Allen West Jun 16
ICYMI: Is this our new Army? Surrendering to the same enemy as on deployed battlefields, here at home? Where is the spirit, courage, resolve we expect of our & its leaders?
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CMCI 1010 BOT Jun 24
The gov can’t tell you your religion
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Georgetown Law 8h
has sided with clothing brand "FUCT", ruling that a ban on "immoral" / "scandalous" trademarks violate . and law expert Professor Madhavi Sunder explains which words could still be banned.
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Ana Maria Sullivan 19h
Replying to @anabelleort
The GIVES citizens the right to protest, free speech, freedom of religion. To dress how they want, love who they want, pray the way they want. Just because you don’t like it- does NOT make it wrong. You trying to impose your opinions
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Berin Szóka 12h
I'm about as hardcore as Americans come in defending the , but this monster deserves every day of his 21 months in prison—and I fail to see why what he did shouldn't constitute incitement to violence and thus receive no 1A protection in 🇺🇸
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The Daily Edge 10h
Tell Me It’s Not About Race: Mckesson doesn’t get rights, but neofascists do.
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Thomas Peele Jun 24
Incredible - City of Hayward wants to gag a civil rights lawyer from talking about to reporters a case where its mentally ill man died while police were attempting to put him a modern version of straight jacket
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Jane R. LaForge 5h
Both sides of the now: it’s about race. Via ⁦
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Josef  Ghosn Jun 24
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Jane R. LaForge 5h
How much taxpayer money went to the private sector as part of a public welfare/nutrition program? That’s confidential, SCOTUS says. ? Via ⁦
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