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Will SCOTUS Topple the Government's Censorship Industrial Complex?

In this Lunch and Law series, we discuss Murthy v. Missouri, NCLA’s most recent Supreme Court case, about the government’s use of social media companies to execute a massive censorship regime. Using a system of coercion and influence, several agencies in the executive branch—including the White House, the CDC, the Surgeon General’s Office, the FBI, CISA, and more—violated the First Amendment rights of thousands of Americans, including NCLA’s clients, for the so-called crime of making true statements that were inconvenient to the government’s narrative.

This event took place 24 hours after oral argument before the Supreme Court and the discussion was led by NCLA President Mark Chenoweth. Joining him on the panel is NCLA client Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, Fellow and Director, Bioethics and American Democracy Program, Ethics and Public Policy Center as well as NCLA Litigation Counsel Jenin Younes, who fought on behalf of our clients to push this case all the way to the Supreme Court.