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NRA Sues San Francisco for Violating Its First Amendment Rights to Free Speech
The National Rifle Association (NRA) fired back on Monday against the San Francisco Board of Supervisors by filing a lawsuit claiming that the board’s resolution declaring the NRA a “domestic terrorist organization” violated its First Amendment rights to free speech.
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Ohio House Passes Bill to Protect Religious Expression for School Students
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Is Hillary Running? Or Isn’t She?
Were Mainstream Television Networks Complicit in Hiding Epstein Scandal?
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Clinton Did Smear Gabbard as Russian Asset. Retraction Won’t Help the Hawaiian’s Candidacy
Biden Drops Back a Bit in National RCP Average, But Pulls Even in N.H.
“Climate Emergency” Warning Exposed as Fraud
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