House Passes Free-Speech Protections Despite Opposition From 206 Dems

  • The House passed the Protecting Speech from Government Interference Act on Thursday despite 206 Democrats voting against it. The bill passed with 219 votes.
  • Kentucky GOP Rep. James Comer, chairman of the House Oversight and Government Accountability Committee, sponsored the Protecting Speech from Government Interference Act, which sets a standard that “employees acting in their official capacity should neither take action within their authority or influence to promote the censorship of any lawful speech, nor advocate that a third party, including a private entity, censor such speech.”
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