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The group behind the initiative, the League of United Latin American Citizens, said the practice also violates the constitutional rights of free association, political expression and equal protection under the law.
Exploring is something that breaks the bounds of time and space and permits us free associations, perhaps with similar events in the past, perhaps with choice-worthy events in the future.
The lawsuit, filed by the Operating Engineers of Wisconsin Local 139 and Local 420, argues that Act 10 violates free speech and free association under the First Amendment.
May wrote that the city did not retaliate against Cochran in violation of his rights to free speech or free association.
For example, Harvard is under Title IX investigation and felt compelled to curb the right of students to free association in clubs.
The firm argued in its court filing that the release of the financial records would reveal the names of its clients and therefore violate its and their First Amendment rights to free speech and free association.
In any other context, this discrimination would clearly run afoul of the First Amendment’s guarantees of free association and expression.
And students have a right to free association, so schools often can't discipline members until a specific complaint is filed, Nuwer said.
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