It’s time to stand up for your rights to free speech and open government

Florida Bulldog rarely publishes opinion, but today we stand publicly with thousands of reporters, editors and others who bring you

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It’s time to stand up for your rights to free speech and open government

Florida Bulldog rarely publishes opinion, but today we stand publicly with thousands of reporters, editors and others who bring you

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First Amendment claims seen as Rx for drug makers, headache for consumers

By Paul Raeburn FairWarning Off-label promotion has long been considered a serious white-collar crime. The FDA has fined drug companies

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Far right uses Fla. stand-your-ground law to recruit for white supremacist rally at UF

By Noreen Marcus FloridaBulldog.org After lengthy negotiations, white supremacist Richard Spencer will speak at the university’s Phillips Center for the

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State Sen. Lauren Book seeks restraining order to silence protester

By Francisco Alvarado FloridaBulldog.org As Broward State Sen. Lauren Book prepares for her annual walk to raise awareness about child

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First Amendment Under Attack in Federal Court

Originally Posted 15 June 2017     First Amendment Under Attack in Federal Court The First Amendment is under attack by

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Homestead PD Still Doesn’t Know Photography Is Not A Crime

Homestead Police Department (HPD), in South Florida, has myriad problems respecting the First Amendment. I went to HPD this week to serve some

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Florence Snyder: Ain’t no Sunshine where Scott’s gone

Just in time for Sunshine Week, Tampa Bay Times environmental reporter Craig Pittman reminds us how focused, how ruthless, how

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The Grimm truth about Alberto Carvalho’s assault on WLRN

Friends of the First Amendment have their hands full with the War in the White House Pressroom. That may explain

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Small dairy farmer seeks First Amendment protection from state regulators

Five years ago, the Florida Department of Agriculture turned its regulatory power on a small third-generation dairy farm in the

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Kathy Castor is right calling ‘extreme vetting’ order immoral, un-American

It might be easy to dismiss the harsh comments by U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor of Tampa regarding President Donald Trump’s

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Donald Trump’s idea of ‘presidential’ diverges from past presidents

Donald Trump, that most unconventional of presidential candidates, last spring pledged that he would act perfectly presidential when the time

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Donald Trump rejects ‘phony’ polls, insists ‘we are winning’

A defiant Donald Trump blamed his campaign struggles on “phony polls” from the “disgusting” media on Monday, fighting to energize

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For Hillary Clinton, election likely to be won or lost in October

Each night, Hillary Clinton‘s data experts head to a conference room on the 11th floor of her Brooklyn headquarters, to

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Julie Delegal: The NRA has gone all the way down the rabbit hole

Rights, even those guaranteed by the constitution, are never absolute. Free speech rights don’t protect us from libel or slander,

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Texas Police Captain Wrongly Arrests Mom for Saying “Dick” When Coaching Kids Sports, Department Admits Fault on FB

The sports our children play often generate passion among parents. Few places exemplify the parent/child bond through sports like Texas,

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Los Angeles Paramedics Encroached on My Rights; Violated Their Own Policy

On March 12, 2015, in a letter address to “All Officers, Emergency Operations”, Los Angeles Fire Department Chief Deputy, M.D. Rueda,

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