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Capitol Hill Baptist sues DC mayor over ban on outdoor worship with over 100 people

In March, Bowser issued an executive order that, among other things, barred CHBC and other churches from gathering...

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DOJ warns San Francisco’s mayor that 1-person limit on church attendance is unconstitutional

The Justice Department has warned San Francisco Mayor London Breed that the city’s limitations on indoor worship...

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Noncommercial Broadcasters and the Political File

Broadcast stations that are licensed as noncommercial do not have any reasonable access requirements.

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ACA Connects Asks Court to Freeze FCC’s C-Band Lump Sum Deadline

ACA Connects is bringing the courts into its dealings with the FCC over the C-band lump sum payment deadline, officially filing...

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Hubbard Sues Facebook Over Reels

Hubbard Broadcasting is suing Facebook over its new TikTok alternative, Reels.

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Net Neutrality: Back to Court in California

In separate filings to a U.S. District Court in California, four communications trade associations and...

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Supreme Court sides with Catholic schools in employment suit

The Supreme Court is siding with two Catholic schools in a ruling that underscores that certain employees...

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Supreme Court rules in favor of Little Sisters of the Poor

The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the Trump administration acted within its authority when it expanded exemptions...

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ISPs Lose Facial Challenge to Maine Privacy Law

Maine has scored a court victory, and cable providers a defeat, over the state's law preventing ISPs from "using, disclosing, selling...

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Supreme Court rules states can remove 'faithless electors'

The Supreme Court on Monday ruled that states can prohibit their Electoral College representatives from disregarding...

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