The Fight to Strike Down Unconstitutional Regulations on Postering
Partnership for Civil Justice Fund attorneys working with Paul Hughes of Mayer Brown LLP have filed a Petition for Writ of Certiorari asking the U.S. Supreme Court to review a federal appeals court ruling that threatens free speech in Washington, D.C., in a challenge to the constitutionality of the District of Columbia’s regulations governing public posting of political leaflets. The regulations have previously been used to target grassroots organizations posting political messages in the nation’s capital. Read more
Federal Court Strikes Down D.C. Political Postering Law as Unconstitutional
D.C. gov't rescinds unconstitutional postering rule
In a free speech victory for grassroots activists in Washington, D.C., the DC government has been forced to rescind its unconstitutional rule governing political signs and posters that favored politicians’ speech over grassroots activism.
Federal Court Ruling on Constitutional Challenge to Postering Regulations in Washington, D.C.
The Partnership for Civil Justice Fund's four-year-long battle to overturn the District of Columbia's unconstitutional postering regulations has resulted in a significant ruling for free speech