We filed our opening brief today in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky, a case that the Supreme Court of the United States will hear on February 28. Here’s a snippet:
In Minnesota Voters Alliance, PLF represents Minnesota voters in their First Amendment challenge to a law that bans apparel with a logo of any group with a “recognizable political view,” from the National Rifle Association to the NAACP. Lead client Andy Cilek is a Minnesota voter who was prevented from voting for five hours, and had his name taken down for potential criminal prosecution just for wearing a Tea Party shirt. Rather than endorse any candidate or ballot measure, the shirt merely featured an image of the Gadsden flag and the words “Don’t tread on me.”
Read the rest on Pacific Legal Foundation’s blog.