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NNA provides its members with content they can reprint in their papers or on their websites. This content includes First Amendment columns or editorials from the Freedom Forum, available weekly.

Two Ongoing Questions: What's Fit for the Web? And, What Doesn't 'Fit'?

Oct 7, 2016

So, consider the internet to be one, big ole' bucket of free expression — news and information pouring in constantly.

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The deeply troubling federal report targeting religious freedom

Oct 3, 2016

Nearly 225 years after the ratification of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the cause of conscience protected by the principles of "no establishment" and "free exercise" may be losing support ...

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Sometimes, it would seem, artificial intelligence... isn't

Sep 15, 2016

As we hurtle through the innovative and endlessly updated second decade of the 21st century, the prospects seem brighter and better than ever that our new web and social media tools will help us better ...

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Genocide in Syria: Who lives, who dies, who cares?

Sep 1, 2016

A controversial milestone was reached on August 29 when the U.S. government announced that 10,000 Syrian refugees have been resettled in our country so far this year, reaching the target set by the Obama ...

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Trump, Clinton show value of a free, independent press

Aug 19, 2016

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton may well be the best things that have happened to a free press in a long time.

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Republicans, Democrats and the Stakes for Religious Freedom

Aug 4, 2016

As this strange, unorthodox and downright scary presidential campaign heads into the final stretch, let's pause to consider what’s at stake for religious freedom in this election.

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What is 'free speech' on the web — in theory and in practice?

Jul 22, 2016

Who can say what, on the Web? Twitter has raised questions anew with reports of a lifetime ban on tweets from conservative blogger Milo Yiannopoulos — reportedly after complaints that he engineered ...

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Let's Keep the Fourth Going All Year Long

Jul 7, 2016

The red, white and blue bunting is down, the flags are furled and the last of the fireworks have been sent aloft. And for far too many of us, that surge of patriotic fervor and effort found around ...

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Join in the fireworks: The ones you watch or the ones around freedom

Jun 30, 2016

This year's State of the First Amendment national survey (SOFA), conducted in partnership with USA TODAY, does more than just sample our attitudes about those five core freedoms — it also may ...

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