In Landmark Censorship Case, Judges Grill the Feds
The federal government's pro-censorship arguments seemed to take a hit in a contentious, fascinating hearing in New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS, LA — On a scorching 98-degree day yesterday, just before a key hearing in the landmark Missouri v. Biden Internet censorship case, a transient grumbled about insufficient shade under a tree canopy in this city’s gorgeous little park bordering the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.
“No escape in this motherfucker today,” he groused.
Inside, for the federal government, it seemed like much the same story.
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