First Amendment rights
A Florida law disingenuously presented as being "anti-riot" when critics say it is, in fact, anti-peaceful protester and protects drivers who hit protesters, has been deemed unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has signed a controversial bill into law that could embolden violence against protesters and would criminalize the right to protest nonviolently in certain instances.
Not burdened by respectability politics and rules of decorum, lawmakers like Park Cannon, Angie Nixon, Travaris McCurdy, and Michele K. Rayner-Goolsby center equity injustice and are fighting to protect democracy.
Could peaceful protests like the Women's March held in Washington, D.C. become a crime?
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