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Trump plans Atlanta fundraiser this month as Georgia GOP 2020 campaign allies plan to share stage

Former President Donald Trump is planning a return to Georgia for a high-cost fundraiser luncheon in Atlanta, joined by notable supporters such as former U.S. senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, amid the intensifying presidential campaign. This event is part of a broader strategy to bridge the financial gap with the Biden campaign, which currently holds a significant fundraising lead ahead of the November election.

School social media ban multiplies censorship

The “Protecting Georgia’s Children on Social Media Act of 2024” proposed by Georgia lawmakers seeks to ban all social media access within schools, raising significant concerns over censorship and infringement on students’ First Amendment rights. Critics argue that such a blanket restriction not only limits educational and expressive opportunities but also challenges established U.S. Supreme Court precedents protecting students’ rights to information and free speech.

Bill criminalizing AI use in deceptive election ads advanced by Georgia Senate panel

In an effort to curb the use of AI in election influence, the Georgia Senate is on the brink of passing HB 986. This bill has gained attention for featuring an AI-generated voice of Republican Sen. Colton Moore of Trenton, who questions the ethics of using personal characteristics against one’s will, sparking a debate on First Amendment rights and the regulation of AI-generated content in political campaigns.

U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Colorado 14th Amendment ruling, clearing Trump for ballot

Former President Donald Trump must be placed on Colorado’s 2024 ballot, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously on Monday, striking down a first-of-its-kind holding by the Colorado Supreme Court that the Republican front-runner is disqualified from office under a Civil War-era insurrection clause.