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Republicans Sue Google for Discriminating Against Conservatives

The Republican National Committee (RNC) filed a lawsuit against Google on Friday, accusing the tech giant of sending its emails straight to users’ spam folders.

Federal Court Deals Major Blow to Big Tech and Sets up SCOTUS to Restore Free Speech

A Texas law prohibiting social media platforms, such as Twitter and Facebook, from discriminating against users based on their speech does not violate the First Amendment, a federal appellate court held on Friday.

Moderna Sues Pfizer, BioNTech Over Covid Vaccines

Moderna announced on Friday that it's suing rivals Pfizer and BioNTech SE, claiming that the mRNA technology in their Covid-19 jab infringes on its patents.

Kansas State Senate Overrides Governor’s Veto on Transgender Sports Ban Bill

The Kansas state Senate on Monday voted to override Gov. Laura Kelly’s veto on The Fairness in Women’s Sports Act, a bill that would ban biological male athletes from competing in women’s school sports across the state.

Proposed Maryland Law Could Potentially Allow Babies to Be Killed 28 Days After Birth

A proposed bill crafted by a Democratic senator in Maryland could potentially allow for babies to be killed up to 28 days after birth with no legal consequences to follow, due to some disturbing language contained within the bill.

Father Arrested for Being Maskless at Son’s Baseball Game Wins Case, Plans to Sue School District

A New York father who was arrested and charged with criminal trespassing last spring for refusing to wear a mask at his son's outdoor baseball game has been cleared of all charges and plans to sue the school district.

Oklahoma Proposes Bill That Would Allow Parents To Remove Sexually Graphic Books From School Libraries

An Oklahoma bill introduced on Dec. 16 may allow parents to seek the removal of books that they deem inappropriate from school libraries.

Supreme Court sides with students in free speech case against Georgia college

The Supreme Court ruled Monday to allow students to sue for monetary damages against a Georgia college that blocked the distribution of religious pamphlets, giving new ammo for campus free-speech lawsuits.

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