Add comment on:Federal Judge Issues Injunction Against Kansas Anti-Boycott Law
On Tuesday, January 30, a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction, blocking Kansas from enforcing the state's anti-boycott law while the case is being litigated. The decision, the first court ruling in a case challenging the constitutionality of laws aimed at countering boycotts for Palestinian rights, affirmed what Palestine Legal has argued since the first anti-boycott laws were introduced in 2014: that such boycotts are clearly protected by the First Amendment. Photo: Esther Koontz, lead plaintiff in an ACLU Lawsuit which challenges a Kansas anti-boycott law. (Credit: aclu.org)
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