Happy post-Super Bowl Monday! Here is your latest First Amendment news!

Edmonds bakery owner, Ken Bellingham, unapologizes for designing and selling “Build the Wall” cookies.

FDA crackdown on labeling Almond Milk as ‘Milk” could violate the First Amendment

A federal magistrate judge this week recommended that a ban on conversion therapy in Tampa, be partially blocked, arguing it violates therapists’ free-speech rights under the First Amendment

The battle over whether the former chancery of the Diocese of Rockford will be torn down may ultimately head to court, with the diocese laying the foundation for a lawsuit on religious freedom grounds.

In an en banc decision, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed U.S. District Court Judge Edward M. Chen’s denial of a preliminary injunction in an action challenging a San Francisco ordinance requires health warnings on advertisements for certain sugar-sweetened beverages. The Ninth Circuit found that the plaintiffs will likely succeed on the merits of their claim that the Ordinance is an “unjustified or unduly burdensome disclosure requirement[] [that] might offend the First Amendment by chilling protected commercial speech.”

Judge considers gag order for Trump friend and former advisor Roger Stone in Mueller case.

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