Can State Officials Block Me on Social Media?

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Mar 19 2024 • 1 hr 12 mins

Sarah and David discuss Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s opinion in Lindke v. Freed—released last week by the Supreme Court—and the test for state action on social media. Is there a constitutional right to commenting on state officials’ accounts? The Agenda: -Predicting SCOTUS votes for Net Choice -Slime in the ice machine -Justice Elena Kagan’s compelling reasoning for saying “and” means “or” -Terrorism distortion and special needs exceptions to the Fourth Amendment -The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is overwhelmed -An emergency petition on the Texas A&M drag show case -Don’t say 'Don’t Say Gay' when referring to this lawsuit -Justice Stephen Breyer and choosing pragmatism and not textualism Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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