Letters – Has the Sedition Act returned?

To the Editor:

The Sedition Act was passed by the United States Congress and signed by President John Adams in 1798. This Act was used to convict journalists, publishers, and individual citizens for opposing Adams and his policies. This Act has never been repealed or formally declared unconstitutional.

Recent actions by Judge Tom Bonn indicate that not only does

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