May 5, 2020
Guam Daily Post

Arnold Davis wins ‘final victory and justice’ in plebiscite appeal

After nine years, Arnold “Dave” Davis has “final victory and justice,” as the U.S. Supreme Court denied Guam’s appeal…

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Case: Davis v. Guam

March 16, 2020
Washington Examiner (Op-Ed)

California public officials are being silenced by gag law

Nothing is more fundamental to representative democracy than the unfettered ability of elected officials to speak candidly with their constituents…

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Case: Jeffrey Barke et. al v. Eric Banks et al.

March 7, 2020
Los Angeles Daily News

Why are lawmakers so afraid of letting workers know their rights?

Any gain for workers in California is often undercut by unions with a stranglehold on…

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Case: Jeffrey Barke et. al v. Eric Banks et al.

March 7, 2020
Los Angeles Daily News (editorial)

Why are lawmakers so afraid of letting workers know their rights?

Any gain for workers in California is often undercut by unions with a stranglehold on California state government…

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Case: Jeffrey Barke et. al v. Eric Banks et al.

March 6, 2020
The Orange County Register

Conservatives sue over state law that limits public employers’ anti-union talk

Saying their free speech rights are being trampled, seven local leaders from cities in Southern California are challenging a state law that prohibits them from…

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Case: Jeffrey Barke et. al v. Eric Banks et al.

March 6, 2020
Washington Times

Seven elected officials sue California for forbidding talk about unions

Seven elected officials in California have sued the state for violating their First Amendment rights by forbidding any talk…

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Case: Jeffrey Barke et. al v. Eric Banks et al.

February 27, 2020
Washington Examiner

Groups sue California over ‘gag law’ they allege violates the First Amendment

Two groups announced a lawsuit this week on behalf of seven elected officials in California who seek to challenge the state’s law that prohibits…

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Case: Jeffrey Barke et. al v. Eric Banks et al.

Feb 25, 2020
Powerline Blog

Unconstitutional pro-union gag law challenged

California law prohibits public officials from making statements that might “deter or discourage” public employees…

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Case: Jeffrey Barke et. al v. Eric Banks et al.

February 24, 2020
Wall Street Journal Editorial

California’s Janus Jiu Jitsu

A lawsuit challenges a state law banning advice on paying union….

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Case: Jeffrey Barke et. al v. Eric Banks et al.

December 28, 2019
The Guam Daily Post

Largest U.S. law firm files petition for review in Dave Davis case

Adelup has engaged with what is known as the largest law firm in the United States to…

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Case: Davis v. Guam