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Bipartisan AGs Argue Section 230 Immunity for Online Platforms is Untenable “Engine of Human Misery”

A coalition of 20 Republican and three Democratic AGs submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in the case Doe v. Snap, Inc., No. 23-961, urging the Court to grant petitioner’s writ of certiorari and reverse the lower court’s holding that online platforms such as Snapchat enjoy sweeping immunity from claims of liability…

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Democrat AGs to SCOTUS: Don’t Ghost the ATF’s Rule on Ghost Guns

A coalition of 20 Democratic AGs has filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court in support of the federal government’s request for review of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision in Garland v VanDerStok, which invalidated an ATF “ghost gun” regulation. In their brief, the AGs request that the Supreme Court…

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AGs Add Their Voice to Support Florida and Texas Laws Barring Social Media Viewpoint-Based Content Moderation

19 Republican AGs, joined by Republican legislative leaders from Arizona, filed an amicus brief in U.S. Supreme Court cases Moody v. NetChoice and NetChoice v. Paxton, supporting Florida and Texas laws, respectively, that bar social media companies from engaging in viewpoint-based content moderation. In the brief, the AGs argue that states have the authority to…

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Democratic AGs Argue for Communication Between Government and Social Media Companies

A group of 23 Democratic AGs filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to reverse a Fifth Circuit decision upholding a preliminary injunction barring communication between social-media platforms and federal officials and agencies regarding content moderation. In the amicus brief, the AGs argue that the Fifth Circuit failed to distinguish between…

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Bipartisan AG Group Asks Supreme Court to Affirm States’ Right to Enforce Banking Laws

A bipartisan coalition of 34 AGs wrote an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court advocating for states’ right to enforce their consumer financial protection laws against state and national banks alike. The amicus brief, submitted in Cantero v. Bank of America, N.A., asks the Court to overturn a Second Circuit decision holding that the…

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