SCOTUS Can Smack Down a Government’s Thuggish Assault on a Gun Rights Org’s Free Speech
By Grace Stevens
There is a striking distinction between NRA v. Vullo and the social-media jawboning case. The social-media platforms in question seemed content with — if not outright eager for — official [government] input regarding content moderation (although they often rejected specific government requests). This obscured the boundary between state coercion and platform-solicited advisement.
In NRA v. Vullo, the NRA’s financial partners seemed happy to continue the partnership absent regulatory scrutiny.
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