Landmark Week at the U.S. Supreme Court
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The Biden Administration is imposing myriad disastrous policies at a break-neck speed. In response, Landmark is moving full speed ahead with our Rule of Law Initiative: Fighting the Left’s efforts to weaken election security and integrity; to recklessly open the nation’s borders; and to impose sweeping new regulations that will restrict our individual liberties.

Fighting the Left’s efforts to weaken election security and integrity; to recklessly open the nation’s borders; and to impose sweeping new regulations that will restrict our individual liberties.

I want to give you a first progress report on our work.

This week saw major activity in three critical United States Supreme Court cases in which Landmark is participating — thanks to your financial help.

  • Election Security and Voter Integrity – The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Brnovich v. Democratic National Committee, a case in which Landmark filed a brief supporting a State of Arizona statute requirement that only a voter, a member of his or her family (or caretaker), or the U.S. Postal Service may deliver absentee ballots to election officials. The law prevents “ballot harvesting,” a technique employed by fraudsters to manipulate or intimidate absentee voters. Landmark’s brief is here. The Supreme Court’s decision will determine whether the elected representatives of each state may enact any election integrity laws.

  • Forced Financial Support of Public Employee Union – Landmark joined other freedom based legal groups and organizations supporting the rights of public employees wanting freedom from compelled financial support of public sector labor unions and their radical political agenda. The case is Thompson v. Marietta Education Association and our brief is here.

  • Protecting Donor Privacy – Your privacy is of the highest concern to Landmark. That is why the Foundation joined 38 additional conservative legal and public policy organizations in challenging oppressive new rules imposed by the states of California and New York. These rules will compel charitable organizations to release personal information of their largest financial supporters. We argue that these regulations violate your First Amendment rights to free speech and association. This case is Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Becerra and Thomas More Society v. Becerra and you can read the brief here.

We are truly facing existential threats to our individual rights and liberties, the Constitution, and our national character. If unchallenged, this assault on our very way of life will ruin our great nation.

With your financial and moral support, Landmark is not going to let that happen without a fight. Will you join us?

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We are truly facing existential threats to our individual rights and liberties, the Constitution, and our national character. If unchallenged, this assault on our very way of life will ruin our great nation. With your financial and moral support, Landmark is not going to let that happen without a fight. Will you join us?

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