Can State Officials Block Me on Social Media?

Sarah and David discuss Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s opinion in Lindke v. Freed—released last week by the Supreme Court—and the test for state action on social media. Is there a constitutional right to commenting on state officials’ accounts?

The Agenda:
-Predicting SCOTUS votes for Net Choice
-Slime in the ice machine
-Justice Elena Kagan’s compelling reasoning for saying “and” means “or”
-Terrorism distortion and special needs exceptions to the Fourth Amendment
-The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is overwhelmed
-An emergency petition on the Texas A&M drag show case
-Don’t say ‘Don’t Say Gay’ when referring to this lawsuit
-Justice Stephen Breyer and choosing pragmatism and not textualism

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