Angela Greben 
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Re: “Hillary's attempt to hide her emails highlights importance of sunshine laws

I have recently uncovered that government officials are engaging in a discriminatory form of Twitter blocking. If you are blocked by a public official you can no longer view or respond to their public Tweets. The First Amendment gives you the right to redress your government for grievances (i.e. you can use the public official's Twitter account to Tweet your political message) without fear of reprisal (i.e. be blocked from a government official's public account). What if you were one of those Twitter users who were showcased on the Jimmy Kimmel show that Mean Tweeted to Obama and the President (or his staff) blocked you as a result? Well, Obama isn't doing it, but their are numerous people in government positions who are.

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Posted by Angela Greben on March 14, 2015 at 1:32 PM
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