10th Circuit Considers Colorado Springs Mayor’s intent in First Amendment Case

10th Circuit Court of Appeals rams
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments last week in a case that questions whether a statement from the mayor of Colorado Springs led to a loss of First Amendment privileges by the VDARE Foundation. This case sprang from a public statement issued by Mayor John Suthers in 2017, addressing public events backed by certain groups, and limited support for an event that could prove controversial. That event was set to be a conference organized by the VDARE Foundation, a White Nationalist-led hate group, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, and taking place at the Cheyenne

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