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Last week, the Trump Administration acknowledged in a legal filing that the President has been blocking users on Twitter for criticizing him or his policies. The filing was part of a stipulation in an ongoing lawsuit brought by The Knight Institute for the First Amendment. The Institute has been assisting a group of [...]

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On June 18 of this year, U.S. District Judge Sam Sparks dismissed the lawsuit filed by the Institute for Creation for Research Graduate School (“ICRGS”) against the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Judge Sparks found that the Board did not engage in unconstitutional viewpoint discrimination by rejecting the school’s application for a [...]

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