HB 3388 would prohibit the shield law from applying to any reporter who has worked for or donated to political campaigns within five years, and to any reporter whose employer has worked for or donated to political campaigns in that time.
If you're going to erect a firewall between journalists and public officials, then it should work both ways. Bar public officials from commenting on journalists.
The reasons to do so - and unreasonableness - are about equal in both directions.
They've gotten cruel. They've put me in charge of security.
Including switching to Microsoft's new authentication scheme where people can automatically log into your sites and software using their Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Microsoft accounts. To allow Kaspersky anti-virus to update, I had to open holes in the firewall to servers in Russia.
Oh, spare us. It was only after FBI Director James Comey recommended not pressing charges against Clinton that the Justice Department had opted to not pursue charges.
Given Comey's later election interference, you could hardly call him pro-Clinton.
For all the hand-waving about Hillary's server, she was still only doing what the previous two Republican Secretaries of State did, plus the entire Bush II White House, several 2016 Republican candidates and more.
No, he's quite correct. With your "no education" and "no interest in accepting our culture and fitting in" claims, you're only parroting the sort of stupid myths demagogues use to get votes from pig-ignorant rednecks.
I have to choose between Politifact's article, for which they interviewed several legal scholars. And cite the author of immigration books about constitutional protections for undocumented immigrants. And quote a law professor at University of California-Davis. And cite several court decisions outlining the rights of undocumented immigrants. And more.
Or, believe an Anonymous Coward babbling the sort of pretentious nonsense expected from those who wander out of Breitbart of InfoWars when their views don't align with the facts.
What to do, what to do...
The United States is built on immigration. This was especially true when the U.S. Constitution was written. Many of those who wrote it were immigrants if not children of immigrants. There is no sign, let alone any reason to believe, that they wanted to deny anyone the Constitution's protections until they gained citizenship.
...which leads to the robo-signing scandals of the last decade.
"The first you heard is when we seized your house? Well, we sent you a notification. You didn't get it? Oh; that's too bad. Now that we have a default judgement because you didn't show up in court, it's too late to appeal."