A brewing First Amendment fight over public officials who block citizens from their social media pages has now pitted the Biden administration against progressive groups like the American Civil Liberties Union.

This week, U.S. Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar’s office asked the U.S. Supreme Court for time at oral arguments to explain why public officials don’t violate the First Amendment when they block criticism on their personal social media accounts.

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