Month in Review – November 2019

Here are the highlights for November: * On November 7, AFLC Co-Founder and Senior Counsel David Yerushalmi spoke to a full house in San Diego on the subject of Jew hatred and how it is being driven by Islamic Jew hatred, itself driven by Sharia or Islamic…

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Month in Review – October 2019

Here are the highlights for October: * On October 9, we, along with local attorney Scott Wood, filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the City of Tulsa and its Chief of Police, Chuck Jordan, on behalf of Wayne Brown, a Tulsa police officer who was wrongfully…

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Month in Review – September 2019

Here are the highlights for September: * On September 11, we filed a response in the California Supreme Court to a request to de-publish (i.e., make non-precedential) the California Court of Appeals’ decision in Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, Inc. v. The Irvine Company, in which we won…

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Month in Review – August 2019

Here are the highlights for August: * In 2017, we filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the City of Sterling Heights, Michigan, and its Mayor, alleging violations of federal and state law.  The lawsuit was filed on behalf of seven City residents who oppose the construction…

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Month in Review – July 2019

Here are the highlights for July: * On July 2, the California Court of Appeals ruled in our favor in an important free speech case. Earlier this year, AFLC Co-Founder and Senior Counsel Robert Muise argued this case before a three-judge panel of the court. At issue…

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Month in Review – June 2019

Here are the highlights for June: * On June 4, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) settled a case originally filed 11 years ago in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. We brought this lawsuit against CAIR on behalf of five victims of…

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Month in Review – May 2019

Here are the highlights for May: * On May 6, we filed our reply brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in support of our petition asking the high court to review a case in which the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) rejected our clients’ “Support Free…

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Month in Review – April 2019

Here are the highlights for April: * On April 8, AFLC Co-Founder and Senior Counsel Robert Muise was the featured speaker at a meeting of the Great Lakes TEA Party in Michigan.  The meeting was well attended (nearly 200 people), standing room only.  The attendees were very…

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Our Work Is Making a Difference!

In the past, when pro-lifers engaged in protected First Amendment activity, like preaching the Gospel or holding pro-life signs or signing worship songs, on the public sidewalk right outside of the waiting room of the Capital Care Network abortion center in Toledo, Ohio, the police would arrive…

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Month in Review – March 2019

Here are the highlights for March: *On March 12, AFLC filed a First Amended Complaint in our lawsuit against the Michigan Attorney General and the Director of Michigan’s Department of Civil Rights, adding additional allegations, which include a statement posted by Dana Nessel, the Michigan AG, on…

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