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ATL: State Legislatures Trying to Use Dakota Access Pipeline Protests as Excuse for Statutory Limits on Progressive or Anti-Fascist Speech

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Fletcher on Free Speech and Tribal Law

My chapter, “Resisting Congress: Free Speech and Tribal Law,” from our book, The Indian Civil Rights Act at Forty. Here is the abstract: Congress codified the unsettled tension between American civil rights law and American Indian tribal law, customs, and … Continue reading

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NM Pueblo Bans Newspaper

From the Seattle Times: Exercising its rights as a sovereign nation, a small Indian community has banned the local newspaper from its reservation for publishing details about the horrific killing of a member of the tribe. Elsewhere, such a move … Continue reading

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Karuk Wins Salmon Ad Case

Here is the opinion. News coverage from Indianz: The Karuk Tribe of California won its free-speech lawsuit over a salmon advertisement that was rejected by a a public transit agency in Oregon. The tribe and an environmental group called Friends … Continue reading

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Patrick Garry et al. on Tribal Incorporation of First Amendment Norms

Patrick M. Garry (South Dakota), Candice Spurling (South Dakota), Jennifer Keating (South Dakota), and Derek Nelson (South Dakota) have posted “Tribal Incorporation of First Amendment Norms: A Case Study of the Indian Tribes of South Dakota” on SSRN, recently published … Continue reading

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