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Tennessee judges reject lawsuit challenging scholarship funds for low income families November 28, 2022

Fifth Circuit strikes down federal takeover of the horse racing industry hidden in massive COVID relief bill November 18, 2022

New evidence proves Biden administration pressured Facebook and Twitter to censor Americans October 21, 2022

Judge orders suspension of two Illinois laws limiting judicial campaign contributions October 17, 2022

Doctors File Federal Lawsuit to Stop California Medical Censorship Law October 4, 2022

Federal judge strikes down federal school mask and vaccine mandate September 21, 2022

New York voters sue to stop massive expansion of absentee voting August 19, 2022

Albuquerque taxpayers threaten lawsuit over City Council’s illegal donation to Planned Parenthood August 12, 2022

Independent schools ask to join Mississippi court case to defend COVID relief grants for school improvements August 12, 2022

Tennessee court denies effort to stop scholarships for low-income students August 5, 2022

Lawsuit challenges campaign contribution limits to judicial races in Illinois August 3, 2022

Liberty Justice Center applauds Supreme Court decision protecting school choice and freedom of religion June 21, 2022

Tennessee illegally closes state judges’ meetings to public and press June 13, 2022

Liberty Justice Center and Illinois Policy Institute: Statement on Amendment 1 hearing June 2, 2022

Corey DeAngelis joins Liberty Justice Center board of directors May 26, 2022

Tennessee Supreme Court victory for low-income families May 18, 2022

Chicago teachers, parents challenge ballot amendment in court April 21, 2022

Alaska state officials face federal lawsuit over new requirements that violate free speech, privacy rights April 7, 2022

Federal judge issues ruling in challenge to Horseracing Integrity and Safety Act April 1, 2022

Liberty Justice Center welcomes Jacob Huebert as President March 1, 2022

Virginia teacher sues to stop federal vaccine mandate February 25, 2022

Residents sue to end Chicago, Cook County proof of vaccination orders February 10, 2022

U.S. Supreme Court blocks federal vaccine mandate January 13, 2022

Parents sue to end illegal Chicago Teachers Union strike January 7, 2022

Teachers sue to stop Head Start vaccine and mask mandate December 22, 2021

Louisiana Business Owner Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Block Biden Vaccine Mandate December 18, 2021

Family-Owned, Wisconsin Meat Shop Sues Biden Administration Over Illegal, Federal Mask “Mandate” December 2, 2021

Fifth Circuit Orders Federal Government to Halt Implementation of OSHA Vaccine Mandate November 12, 2021

Federal Court Suspends Federal Vaccine Mandate November 6, 2021

Louisiana business owner and remote workers from Texas sue to halt OSHA vaccine mandate November 5, 2021

Media Availability: Liberty Justice Center to Challenge Federal Vaccine Mandate November 4, 2021

56 Riverside Healthcare employees ask to join lawsuit to stop firings over COVID vaccine mandate October 28, 2021

Judge grants temporary restraining order in vaccine mandate case; Riverside nurses can’t be fired for refusing COVID vaccine October 25, 2021

Riverside nurses challenge blanket denial of conscience exemptions from vaccine mandate in new lawsuit October 14, 2021

UMass law professor sues to end Massachusetts law giving unions ‘exclusive representation’ October 5, 2021

New York teacher unjustly suspended returns to the classroom with help from the Liberty Justice Center September 21, 2021

President Biden, Facebook, and Twitter sued over online censorship September 1, 2021

Liberty Justice Center statement on preliminary injunction order in Menders v. Loudoun County School Board August 16, 2021

Illinois rental owners file new lawsuit to end illegal federal eviction ban August 12, 2021

Ex-MassHealth employee sues after being fired for personal Facebook posts July 23, 2021

LJC sues New York and New Jersey for violating free speech protections recently upheld by U.S. Supreme Court July 14, 2021

Liberty Justice Center statements on today’s U.S. Supreme Court rulings July 1, 2021

USDA sued over racist loan assistance program June 15, 2021

Mother’s access to public forum restored after Liberty Justice Center’s demand to Indiana school June 9, 2021

Parents sue Loudoun County School Board for pushing children to voice support for controversial political views June 2, 2021

Indiana school superintendent illegally blocks parent on social media June 2, 2021

Mother’s lawsuit forces South Carolina school district to open in-person learning to all students May 25, 2021

D.C. Mayor drops ban on wedding dancing after bride sues May 17, 2021

South Carolina school district sued for denying in-person education required by state law May 4, 2021

SC school group files in support of lawsuit to strike discriminatory language from state constitution April 27, 2021

Lawsuit calls on federal court to strike racist, bigoted amendment from South Carolina Constitution April 14, 2021

Liberty Justice Center notifies state education leaders of intent to safeguard grants earmarked for non-public schools March 23, 2021

Racehorse owners, trainers sue to stop federal authority illegally given to private group March 15, 2021

Madison teachers union faces lawsuit over planned illegal “sick out” February 26, 2021

High school principal sues after being suspended for talking to students about free speech and tolerance February 25, 2021

Tennessee Supreme Court agrees to hear scholarship program case appeal February 4, 2021

If the Chicago Teachers Union strikes, that’s illegal January 27, 2021

Arizona parent confronts school district, union over illegal teacher “sick out” in Chandler January 13, 2021

Vermont parents sue state over unequal access to education January 5, 2021

Virginia parents confront school district, union over illegal teacher “sick out” in Fairfax December 21, 2020

Liberty Justice Center appeals ruling to block scholarship for low-income students to the Tennessee Supreme Court November 25, 2020

Idaho teachers union vows not to strike again in response to parents’ lawsuit filed after mass “sick out” November 23, 2020

Students file federal lawsuit against Indiana University over privacy violations, breach of contract October 29, 2020

Liberty Justice Center represents North Carolina General Assembly in fight to protect scholarships for low-income students October 26, 2020

Idaho parents fight to ensure the teachers union won’t shut down schools again October 20, 2020

Mark Janus files brief defending WA workers’ right to stop union dues October 13, 2020

Parents, school leaders fight to protect Opportunity Scholarship Program September 18, 2020

Order issued in Illinois Vote By Mail case September 17, 2020

Cook County Republican Party files lawsuit challenging Illinois’ new Vote By Mail program August 10, 2020

Fight over SAFE Grants heads to the South Carolina Supreme Court August 5, 2020

Palmetto Promise Institute fights to restore SAFE Grants for South Carolina students July 28, 2020

Leader of free speech law firm speaks out against cancel culture at Marquette University July 16, 2020

Republicans to appeal judge’s ruling on Gov. Pritzker’s gatherings ban July 2, 2020

Liberty Justice Center attorneys applaud U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to protect school choice June 30, 2020

Illinois Right to Life sues over ban on gatherings June 24, 2020

In response to federal lawsuit, Illinois governor invites Salem journalist Amy Jacobson back to his press briefings June 16, 2020

Republicans sue Pritzker over ban on gatherings June 16, 2020

Liberty Justice Center attorneys committed to defending scholarships for low-income students June 4, 2020

Salem Media, veteran journalist Amy Jacobson sue Illinois governor over exclusion from press briefings June 1, 2020

Janus lawyers applaud Texas Attorney General for new opinion siding with public employees’ rights June 1, 2020

Two new class action lawsuits in Minnesota seek nearly $19 million in returned union fees May 11, 2020

Liberty Justice Center attorneys plan to appeal ruling to block scholarships for low-income students May 5, 2020

Chicago area teacher sues union, school district for withholding information about her rights and forcing her to pay union dues April 7, 2020

Alaska workers sue union, state after being forced to pay union dues March 12, 2020

Federal judge strikes down NJ ‘donor disclosure’ law March 11, 2020

Mark Janus asks Supreme Court to hear case seeking return of unconstitutional forced union fees March 9, 2020

Parents, school leaders ask court to toss Nashville mayor’s lawsuit blocking scholarships for low-income students February 26, 2020

In Kent State labor case, employees’ rights to resign from union reaffirmed in settlement February 14, 2020

In response to Mayor Cooper’s attack on scholarships for underprivileged children, attorneys at the Liberty Justice Center ready to represent parents planning to use the program February 6, 2020

Supreme Court veterans urge court to defend First Amendment in Espinoza school choice case January 22, 2020

Gov. Evers’ FOX 11 interview conflicts with his legal arguments in MacIver’s press access case January 10, 2020

Liberty Justice Center & VUGO, Inc. ask the U.S. Supreme Court to hear case arguing for commercial advertising in Uber, Lyft and other rideshare vehicles January 7, 2020

Statement: Federal judge issues order in Montana donor privacy challenge January 2, 2020

Nonprofit groups challenge New Mexico disclosure law for violating free speech, privacy rights December 13, 2019

Nonpartisan advocacy groups challenge Rhode Island disclosure laws for violating free speech, privacy rights November 21, 2019

Mark Janus files motion seeking entire Seventh Circuit Appeals Court to rehear ruling on union fees refund November 19, 2019

Family initiates legal action against Arizona Department of Education November 14, 2019

Pennsylvania state employees file class-action lawsuit against AFSCME, seeking refund of approximately $3 million in illegal union fees November 7, 2019

Janus v. AFSCME attorneys challenge New York executive order aimed at keeping government employees in the dark about their rights October 31, 2019

New Jersey donor disclosure law faces more roadblocks; advocacy groups welcome court’s scrutiny, skepticism over overreaching law October 24, 2019