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States begin hitting back against Big Tech censorship of Republicans

The Florida law is simple: when Big Tech decides to censor, ban, or deplatform a citizen of Florida, that citizen will now enjoy a new right to take the company to court. And if Big Tech tries to interfere in elections by deplatforming candidates, the Florida Election Commission may levy a $250,000 per day fine against the companies.

McClaughry: Defending donor privacy

Recently, the state of California published more than 1,700 Schedule B forms on a public website over a period of many years. The left wants this information so it can organize campaigns to denounce and boycott donors to conservative causes.