"Plaintiffs’ alleged injuries flow from the Associated Press’s unauthorized disclosure of the documents," U.S. District Judge William J. Martini wrote. "The harms are not 'fairly traceable' to any act of surveillance."
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A Louisiana teacher who taught her sixth grade class that evolution is “impossible” and that the bible is “100 percent true” ridiculed a Buddhist student during class and announced that those who don’t believe in god are “stupid,” according to a lawsuit.
Should Justice Kennedy's view carry the day, the result will be a constitutional right to protest outside of health clinics that does not exist at any other location or apply to protesters focused on any other topic.
In one of several reported incidents, police allegedly ejected Angel Zayas so he could not photograph the stop-and-frisk of a Hispanic man, at a time when NYPD was fending criticism over aggressive and discriminatory use of the tactic.
According to decision handed down by the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit last week, a decades-old state law prohibiting “begging in a public place” violates the First Amendment’s free speech guarantee.