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Supreme Court Blocks Texas Social Media Censorship Law; Cyber Agency Says Voting Software Vulnerable | NTD Daybreak

The Supreme Court temporarily blocks a Texas Social Media Anti-Censorship Law. Big Tech companies say it’s unconstitutional and an attack on the first amendment.

And in another Supreme Court order, a temporary block on counting some mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania. A move that could potentially affect Pennsylvania’s Republican Senate primary.

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