Religious Liberty

Judge Dismisses Award-Winning Poet Sarah Jones' Censorship Suit Against FCC on Procedural Grounds

On September 4th, Judge Denise Cote of the U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York dismissed on procedural grounds Sarah Jones’ lawsuit against the Federal Communications Commission. Jones was suing because the FCC branded her work “indecent” in a ruling against a broadcaster, and that designation has had a continuing chilling effect on her First Amendment right to free speech.

An Urgent Crisis, An Effective, Affordable Remedy

Selected Resources on Class Size

Florida's Coalition to Reduce Class Size was established to help mobilize grassroots support in support of Florida's class-size initiative, which will appear on the ballot as Amendment 9. For more information about the Coalition, see their Web site.

People For the American Way (PFAW) is a national organization that advances the principles of quality education, free expression, civic participation, tolerance, and constitutional liberties.

Setting the Record Straight on Class Sizes

“Florida’s classrooms are overcrowded. To the overwhelming majority of parents, teachers, students, and other Floridians, creating smaller classes is just common sense, “ said State Sen. Kendrick Meek, Chairman of Florida’s Coalition to Reduce Class Size. “Floridians know that overcrowded classrooms aren’t good for students. This report documents that study after study proves them right.”

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