First Amendment Watchdogs Warily Regard Passage of FOSTA
Shannon Zmud Teicher shared insights about the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act, signed into law on April 11, which gives law enforcement additional means to pursue sex traffickers and allow victims broader ability to seek civil recovery. No one can argue with these lofty goals. So why are First Amendment watch dogs concerned about such a well-intentioned new law?
Paul Watler Comments on Public’s Right to Access Austin Bomber’s Recorded Confession
The need for government transparency is at its highest in relation to law enforcement, Paul Watler wrote in an article contributed to the Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas.
Winners & Losers: Food for Thought
In his monthly column for SportsTravel magazine, Bob Latham focuses on a unique way to add to cholesterol levels by sampling the culinary offernigs of all 30 MLB ballparks in one setting.
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