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SPJ reiterates call to EPA to stop muzzling national scientists

In recent days the EPA has reaffirmed in great part its policy released earlier this year restricting the communications of independent scientists who advise the agency...

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Pai: "First Amendment Under Assault"

FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, speaking at a Media Institute Awards banquet Tuesday evening, said the First Amendment "is regularly under assault...

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Colorado School Tells Students to Stop Praying, Singing Hymns in Free Time

A Colorado school has reportedly told students that praying, singing hymns and discussing religion during free times violates the U.S. Constitution.

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Restricted free-speech zones unacceptable on college campus

When Young Americans for Liberty tried to set up a display about the problem of the national debt, the university stopped them.

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Houston Mayor Withdraws Subpoenas of Pastors -- Emergency Delegation Commends a Good Decision

Today Houston Mayor Annise Parker announced she has directed her legal team to drop the subpoenas of city pastors who opposed...

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Agency eyes regs on online political ads

Democrats on the Federal Election Commission (FEC) want to extend the agency’s reach to online political ads, a change in policy that...

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Pai Applauds House Inquiry Into 'Truthy' Study

he chairman of a powerful committee says the government has no businesses using tax dollars to study political messages...

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Sen. Cruz criticizes Houston over sermon subpoenas

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz told congregants of his home church Thursday that the city of Houston abused power by subpoenaing sermons and...

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Twitter Blocks New Faith Driven Consumer Campaign Supporting Subpoenaed Houston Pastors Minutes After Launch

After famously blocking Faith Driven Consumer's #IStandWithPhil campaign earlier this year, Twitter is back at it again – blocking the group's new...

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Pastors' sermons subpoenaed amid Houston Equal Rights Ordinance fight

In a subpoena to five members of the Houston Area Pastors Council, the city is requesting a long list of documents and communications.

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