The First Amendment at the Supreme Court

So to Speak: The Free Speech PodcastEp. 210
The First Amendment at the Supreme Court

The First Amendment at the Supreme Court

"I have never seen a Supreme Court term that is as consequential as this one is going to be," said FIRE Chief Counsel Bob Corn-Revere, previewing this term's First Amendment cases.

On today's show, we analyze the oral arguments in four of those cases: NRA v. Vullo, Murthy v. Missouri (formerly Missouri v. Biden), Moody v. NetChoice, LLC, and NetChoice, LLC, v. Paxton.

We also discuss the court's decision in two cases involving government officials blocking their critics on social media.

Joining the show are Corn-Revere, FIRE General Counsel Ronnie London, and FIRE Director of Public Advocacy Aaron Terr.

Timestamps

0:00 Introduction

3:29 NRA v. Vullo

26:05 Murthy v. Missouri

50:41 Netchoice cases

1:11:26 Lindke v. Freed and O'Connor-Ratcliff v. Garnier

1:21:24 Outro

Show Notes

NRA v. Vullo oral argument transcript

Bantam Books, Inc. et. al v Sullivan et al. (1963)

Murthy v. Missouri oral argument transcript

Moody v. NetChoice, LLC oral argument transcript

NetChoice, LLC v. Paxton oral argument transcript

Lindke v. Freed and O'Connor-Ratcliff v. Garnier decisions

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