Supreme Court Issues Important Decision Impacting Elected Officials and Use of Social Media

Source: National League of Cities

On March 15th, in Lindke v. Freed, the Supreme Court established the test for when local government officials are considered “state actors” for the purposes of the First Amendment when they post on social media. Read more »

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