Spakovsky: Supreme Court to Minnesota: First Amendment Rights Don’t End at the Polling Booth

6/15: With just two weeks to go until the end of its term, the Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky that Minnesota’s ban on so-called “political” apparel at the polls on Election Day violates the First Amendment.

Klukowski: Supreme Court Supports First Amendment

6/4: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on the Supreme Court’s decision to protect a Colorado baker’s religious freedom.

Klukowski: Sen. Booker’s Vote Is Unconstitutional

4/15: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski explains why Senator Cory Booker’s decision to vote against CIA Director Mike Pompeo because of the director’s religious beliefs is unconstitutional.

Klukowski: Trump Judicial Selection Jim Ho Honors First Amendment

4/20: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski reports on how Donald Trump is changing the face of the court, with important judicial appointees like Jim Ho.

LaRue: Defend the Second Amendment Like You Would the First

3/16: ACRU Senior Legal Analyst Jan LaRue wonders why liberals don’t decry the First Amendment the way they do the Second Amendment.

Justice Alito Exposes Double Standard of Minnesota Apparel Law

3/2: During oral arguments before the Supreme Court, Justice Alito highlighted the inconsistent and biased enforcement of Minnesota’s polling place apparel law.

Spakovsky: The Court Must Preserve Minnesota Voters’ First Amendment Rights

3/3: ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky argues that the Court should rule to preserve Minnesotans’ right to free speech at the polls.

Klukowski: Supreme Court to Decide Whether First Amendment Trumps Unions

2/27: ACRU General Counsel Ken Klukowski explains how the Supreme Court may rule on case weighing unions’ power against members’ First Amendment Rights.

Symposium: Polling-Place Speech Restrictions Collide with Modern Free-Speech Doctrine

1/25: This year the Supreme Court will decide whether the First Amendment allows a “buffer zone” forbidding all political speech around polling places on Election Day.

University of Virginia Betrays the Legacy of Its Founder, Thomas Jefferson

1/25: The right to free speech (even when offensive) is, of course, prominently guaranteed in the very first amendment of our Bill of Rights.