In response to the Biden administration’s creation of the Disinformation Governance Board, AGs from 20 states say they’ll head to court if the new board is not dissolved. They maintain that the board will violate citizens’ First Amendment rights. Among the states involved are Texas, Florida, Kentucky, and Virginia.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton summarized the sentiment of the AGs, stating, “You cannot simply label as ‘disinformation’ all speech you disagree with or find politically damaging to your cause and expect the American people to tolerate the government telling them what they can think or say.”
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