Author: Deborah Fisher
2021 Pulitzer winner Mitchell Jackson to speak at MTSU on Oct. 6
6th Circuit says school board’s public-comment rules violate First Amendment
Citizen wins $78K in attorney’s fees, expenses in public records suit against Knox County, Tenn., sheriff
Author speaks on how Black celebrities boosted civil rights movement
Seeking open-meetings loophole not in public's interest
Sept. 16: Panel to discuss 'Racial Justice Protests and the First Amendment'
Judge: Tennessee law prohibiting false campaign literature violates First Amendment
TN Supreme Court: We have not approved ‘outright ban’ on public access in state’s courts
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