Tim Tizon, a student at Arizona State University, was handing out pamphlets of the U.S. Constitution to students on a campus plaza when university officials ordered him to stop. When Tizon refused to move to an isolated location away from the main campus plaza, university police arrested him.
Filed January 26, 2023
In New York, absentee balloting is a privilege and an exception to the normal rule of in-person voting. The state constitution grants the legislature limited authority to allow absentee voting in instances when a voter is away from their residence, ill or disabled.
Filed July 20, 2022
A group of Michigan school districts filed a lawsuit challenging the mandate in January 2022. Now two of those districts, Livingston Educational Services Agency and Wayne-Westland Community Schools are continuing their legal fight against the Biden administration at the United States Court of Appeals, with free representation from the Liberty Justice Center.
Filed January 20, 2022
The Liberty Justice Center and the Pelican Institute for Public Policy filed suit in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals to stop the Biden Administration from imposing an illegal COVID-19 vaccine mandate on nearly 100 million Americans.
Filed November 5, 2021
Steele is fighting his state’s outdated and unconstitutional mandate that his teachers union maintain “exclusive representation” of him in salary negotiations, grievance procedures and other matters — whether or not he is a member.
Filed September 28, 2021