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Interview: Phil Ellison and Matt Gronda on Their Election Lawsuits and the Most Obscene Case Ever
by Adam de Angeli      Posted May 3, 2021

 
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Attorneys Phil Ellison and Matt Gronda sued the Secretary of State over her policy of impeding poll challengers, which was settled just 6 days before Election Day with the Secretary of State agreeing to reverse her policy and allow poll challengers to do their jobs.

Now, they're going back to court against Jocelyn Benson. They also discuss their lawsuit against Michigan lockdowns, and their case against the most obscene prosecution in Michigan, against a young man facing charges of terrorism for joking that his legal rifle would "make snowflakes melt."



Support Lucas Gerhard's legal defense at this link.

Here is the filing from the Michigan State University First Amendment Clinic on his case.

Here is their appeal on ending Michigan's lockdowns.

Here is their original suit against the Secretary of State.





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