The Leaflet: Testimony Before The North Dakota House Judiciary Committee On House Bill 1144 In Reference To Creating A Cause Of Action For Censorship By Certain Technology Platforms
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Director of Government Relations Cameron Sholty submitted testimony before the North Dakota House Judiciary Committee regarding legislation pertaining to social media censorship. “House Bill 1144 is good legislation, which should also spur a state-based and national debate on the role of Big Tech in our civic conversations.” Read Full Testimony Here.
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