In Nevada there is an entity called Home Means Nevada that has blocked me on X.

One of their mediators made a false certification to the court that he delivered their findings to me, however he did not.

Am I crazy that this is a civil rights first amendment issue?

Home Means Nevada should have to adhere to the laws or am I missing something?

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    What precedent do you want to rely on? The Trump case about twitter blocks was dismissed after trump was banned from twitter...
    – Trish
    Nov 20 at 10:23
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    I suspect OP is asking the question because he is not familiar with the governing precedents.
    – bdb484
    Nov 20 at 13:31
  • Is "Home Means Nevada" a government entity of some kind? If not, what makes you feel that this might be a "civil rights first amendment issue"? Hint: "Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech, ..."
    – brhans
    Nov 20 at 20:54
  • The entity is "publicly funded." I don't think that's sufficient to trigger 1A protections, but that's probably why OP has spotted the issue.
    – bdb484
    Nov 21 at 0:41


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