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District Court Halts Unconstitutional Georgia Law in NetChoice v. Carr

ATLANTA—On Sunday, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia halted Georgia’s unconstitutional INFORM Act amendments in its Act 564 from going into effect today while our case, NetChoice v. Carr, moves through the legal system. 

“We are relieved that the Court halted Act 564 from hurting Georgia’s consumers and small businesses as our case, NetChoice v. Carr, proceeds,” said Chris Marchese, Director of the NetChoice Litigation Center. “No matter how you look at it, Act 564 violates federal law and the Constitution’s Supremacy Clause, smothering Georgia’s thriving businesses with red tape. We look forward to seeing Act 564 struck down in full.” 

You can find the court’s ruling here, our request for a preliminary injunction here and a web page detailing our case resources for NetChoice v. Carr here.

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