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Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski

Can Uzuegbunam get nominal relief from his college for restrictive speech policies that the college now removed?

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Fulton v. City of Philadelphia

Can Philadelphia ban a foster care agency that will not work with same-sex couples?

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Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue (Decision June 30, 2020)

Did the Montana Supreme Court invalidly strike the state’s tax credit program just because it indirectly benefits religious schools?

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Rucho v. Common Cause and Lamone v. Benisek (Decision June 27, 2019)

Courts will not resolve political gerrymandering cases. They are “nonjusticiable.”

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Iancu v. Brunetti (Decision June 24, 2019)

Can the federal government refuse to trademark “FUCT” or is the mark protected speech despite that it may be scandalous or vulgar?

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The American Legion v. American Humanist Association (Decision June 20, 2019)

Is the cross shaped war memorial on public property Constitutional?

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Nieves v. Bartlett (Decision May 28, 2019)

Can Bartlett sue the arresting officers for retaliation even if the officers had probable cause to arrest him?

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Political Gerrymandering Explained

What is political gerrymandering? Our infographic explains.

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The NRA’s lawsuit against NY and Governor Cuomo, explained with infographics.

The NRA sued New York and Governor Cuomo. This infographic explains each side’s First Amendment argument.

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Janus v. AFSCME Union (Decided June 27, 2018)

States cannot require public sector employees to pay union fees.

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