Cases

Doe v. The Board of Education of Montgomery County

Doe v. The Board of Education of Montgomery County

On September 9, 2021, the Board of Education for Montgomery County Public Schools (Maryland) instituted a mandate requiring all employees be vaccinated for COVID-19. Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) is one of the largest school districts in the country

Doe v. The Board of Education of Montgomery County
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Mahoney v. U.S. Capitol Police Board

Mahoney v. U.S. Capitol Police Board

In July, the fence surrounding the United States Capitol was removed opening the Capitol Grounds for First Amendment expression—that is, First Amendment expression for some.

Mahoney v. U.S. Capitol Police Board
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O’Handley v. Padilla

O’Handley v. Padilla

Big Tech and Big Government are colluding to censor your speech and we cannot let them get away with it. In 2018, the state government of California created the Office of Elections Cybersecurity to “educate voters” with “valid information” on election laws and procedures. And as any sensible person could predict, this office quickly devolved

O’Handley v. Padilla
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Center for American Liberty v. CHHS

Center for American Liberty v. CHHS
What is Governor Newsom hiding? Since May 2020, the Newsom administration has denied millions of Americans their constitutionally protected civil liberties—all under the veil of secrecy. Claiming “science” and “data” broadly as justifications for his actions, Governor Newsom criminalized gathering at houses of worship, closed public and private schools, and shutdown small businesses all while
Center for American Liberty v. CHHS
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Tandon v. Newsom

Tandon v. Newsom

On October 13, 2020, the Center for American Liberty sued California Governor Gavin Newsom and Santa Clara County Executive Jeffrey Smith, challenging unconstitutional restrictions on religious and political gatherings.

Tandon v. Newsom
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People v. Anderson

People v. Anderson

When Ms. Anderson attempted to express her viewpoint opposing the BLM organization for its radical viewpoints, she was charged with a hate crime. This politically motivated charge is outrageous and ignores California law.

People v. Anderson
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Brach v. Newsom

Brach v. Newsom

The Center for American Liberty is proud to be challenging Governor Newsom’s unconstitutional closure of public and private school facilities in 32 counties across California. Join us as we fight for the right of every child to receive an education!

Brach v. Newsom
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Givens v. Newsom

Givens v. Newsom

The Center for American Liberty sued California Governor Gavin Newsom, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, and two other state officials for depriving plaintiffs of their First and Fourteenth Amendment rights.

Givens v. Newsom
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Gish v. Newsom

Gish v. Newsom

The religious liberties guaranteed by our Constitution are not negotiable. We must stand together against Governor Newsom’s abuse of power and the suppression of religious freedom in California.

Gish v. Newsom
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Ngo v. Rose City Antifa

Ngo v. Rose City Antifa

Defendants, through a coordinated campaign of threatened and actual violence, harassment, and stalking have sought to suppress independent journalist Ngo’s activities through a pattern of violent, harassing, and stalking behavior. Defendants are members of Antifa, a group deemed a “domestic terrorist group” by President Donald Trump, and widely known for its organized violence and riotous

Ngo v. Rose City Antifa
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