Legislators might be backing off something called the Israel Anti-Boycott Act, which the ACLU said looked a lot like an unconstitutional assault on First Amendment rights. But there’s a lot of confusion about what the Act, introduced in both houses, would allow for, and why we should we be concerned—and US corporate media aren’t really the place to look for clarity. We’ll hear what’s going on from Josh Ruebner, policy director at the US Campaign for Palestinian Rights.
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- House Passes Resolution To Condemn Individual’s Right To Boycott
- Hoyer and 41 Democrats visit Israel on AIPAC-affiliated junket that violates ‘spirit as well as the letter of the law’
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