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ICPA Would Modernize Internet Laws, Solve Microsoft’s Dispute

Breaking news flashed across the country when the Supreme Court of the United States granted certiorari for United States v Microsoft on October 16th. The court’s pending decision will resolve divided lower court rulings on a fundamental privacy dispute.

10/31/2017
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Press Release

Gorsuch Confirmation: This Will Work Next Time Too

FreedomWorks president Adam Brandon made the following statement following the Senate’s confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch:

04/07/2017
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We Will Be Back to a Full Bench Tomorrow

FreedomWorks president Adam Brandon made the following statement following the Senate decision to change precedent to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court with a simple majority vote:

04/06/2017
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FreedomWorks on Judiciary Committee Recommending Judge Neil Gorsuch

FreedomWorks President Adam Brandon issued the following statement following the Senate Judiciary Committee’s advancement of Judge Neil Gorsuch’s nomination to the full chamber:

04/03/2017
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Judge Neil Gorsuch Because of 138,000 Contacts

In light of today's Senate confirmation hearing for Judge Neil Gorsuch, FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon offered the following statement:

03/20/2017
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Old Confirmation Playbook May Not Apply to Gorsuch Nomination

Strategy memos and talking points are flying around Washington as Democrats and Republicans begin a fierce battle over the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. I am not on the Democrats' recipient list, but a dozen years of watching these battles from up close tells me a lot about how this contest will play out. Even so, the unique aspects of this confirmation fight ensure surprises.

02/03/2017
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Press Release

FreedomWorks’ Activists Take Action on SCOTUS Nominee

Since President Donald Trump’s nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch, FreedomWorks activists have made more than 110,000 contacts to Senate Democrats’ offices supporting Judge Gorsuch’s nomination.

02/02/2017
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FreedomWorks’ Statement on Trump’s Potential SCOTUS Picks

Following the release of additional potential Supreme Court nominees by Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon commented:

09/23/2016
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Regulatory Agencies Exploit Unintended Consequences of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act

Regulatory agencies have entered the space of copyright law and have tipped the balance of the intellectual property system. Now, it is somehow unclear that agency regulations designed to protect health, safety, and the environment have absolutely nothing to do with copyright law. As with many threats to the balance of intellectual property, Section 1201 is responsible for tipping the scale.

07/14/2016
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Supreme Court Decision Underscores Growing Concern Over Regulatory Overreach

Given the harassment and everyday burdens that federal bureaucrats subject small businesses and families to, it seems obvious that decisions could be challenged by the basic process of judicial review. This right, however, was apparently not entirely evident. The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled unanimously in favor of property owners in a decision that weakens the EPA’s authority under the Clean Water Act. The ruling in United States Army Corps of Engineers v. Hawkes Co., Inc gives landowners and businesses the right to go to court when federal regulators trample their rights to property and due process.

05/31/2016

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