updated Sat. May 14, 2022
National Center for Public Policy Research
April 25, 2018
It's standard language the left has used after the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in the Citizens United case to try to force the disclosure of and then embark ... asked to vote on a proposal that “supports the company's free speech rights and freedom of association with groups that advance economic liberty.
April 13, 2018
Citing the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and quoting a U.S. Supreme Court Justice, the 34th Republican Senate District Committee ... committee chairman Jim Rooney said, “The reason we are not recognizing Mr. Van Meter goes to a First Amendment Freedom of association issue.”.
The Daily Courier
April 12, 2018
... U.S. Constitution, such as freedom of association and freedom of speech. Such rights are especially protected in public places, which, in some cases — like city sidewalks and parks — the U.S. Supreme Court has defined as “a government-owned property that is open to public expression and assembly.”.
March 27, 2018
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday is scheduled to hear Benisek v. ... whether inferior courts applied precedents or interpreted laws properly, both cases turn on the question of whether redistricting based on party affiliation unfairly tramples a citizen's First Amendment right to freedom of association.
NPR Illinois | 91.9 UIS
March 26, 2018
Turns out historians have gone back and determined that Conkling had flat-out lied to the United States Supreme Court about the drafting history of the 14th .... Marshall took a case to the Supreme Court, arguing that the NAACP, even though it was a corporation, was protected by the freedom of association.
March 26, 2018
Government unions are making a play to sway the U.S. Supreme Court in one of its biggest cases of the year, and they're using public school children as their pawns. This week ... Janus believes this decades-old requirement violates his First Amendment right to free speech and freedom of association.
December 31, 1999
... “(a) freedom of conscience and religion; (b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication; (c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and (d) freedom of association.” One need ... Furthermore, whereas the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Roe v.