Establishment Clause jurisprudence is hopelessly muddled and unmoored from its actual constitutional text. We filed an amicus brief urging the Supreme Court to take a Ten Commandments case to straighten it out, but the Court declined.
Can the government set campaign contributions so low that they effectively prevent political participation? We don’t think so, and so we filed an amicus brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Montana’s rock-bottom limits.
Can a public college stop its students from handing out Valentines? Northeastern Wisconsin Technical College thinks so – and it thinks it can restrict the First Amendment to a tiny “free speech zone” on campus. We think that’s unconstitutional, and filed a federal lawsuit to fix the problem.
Establishment Clause jurisprudence is hopelessly muddled and unmoored from its actual constitutional text. We filed an amicus brief urging the Supreme Court to straighten the mess out and uphold a WWI war memorial in the shape of a cross.
Should the government be able to force attorneys to join and pay dues to an organization that takes positions they vehemently disagree with? We don’t think so, and we filed a federal civil rights lawsuit to prove it.
Case Name: Speech First, Inc. v. Timothy L. Killeen et al
Type of Case: Free Speech; Bias Response Team
Court: United States Court of Appeals for the 7th ...
An original action with the Wisconsin Supreme Court, on behalf of a Dane County business owner and two Dane County residents, asking the Court to halt the recent ban on all private gatherings in homes and on all indoor sports activities from Public Health Dane and Madison, the Dane County health department.
WILL amicus brief urges the U.S. Supreme Court to interpret the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to provide robust protections to religious adherents by overturning Employment Division v. Smith, a case that made it difficult for those who object to laws that require them to violate their consciences to obtain relief in court.