RCFP is urging the Supreme Court to reverse a Fifth Circuit ruling that could “chill the core press function of seeking ...
A bill pending in the U.S. Senate would strip tax-exempt status from nonprofits that the Treasury secretary labels “terrorist supporting organizations.” ...
RCFP is urging a North Carolina appeals court to reverse a ruling that could incentivize public bodies to conduct business outside of public meetings.
Background: In December 2023, Oklahoma Voice Editor Janelle Stecklein submitted a public records request to the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission seeking records related to the resignation of ...
The Reporters Committee Legal Hotline is available to journalists and media lawyers during normal business hours (Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. ET) using the form below. Outside normal business ...
Jason Conti is the executive vice president and general counsel, chief compliance officer at Dow Jones. As general counsel, he oversees the company’s legal department, which includes a team of ...
The scope of "national defense information" has historically been unclear, which is particularly concerning for national security journalists.
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press today announced the recipients of this year’s Freedom of the Press Awards, which recognize the accomplishments of leaders in the news media and legal ...
This column was originally published in the May 2024 issue of The Tennessee Press, the official publication of the Tennessee Press Association. On their own, individual journalists and newsrooms have ...
North Carolina’s environmental protection agency did not hold a chemical manufacturer accountable for missing a deadline to build a barrier wall intended to prevent “forever chemicals” from leaking ...