I write a public forum blog, and I sought out the mayor to do a monthly letter. He declined and decided to write such a letter for a local paper. I sought the help of the city council and have people who want to submit, but are worried about legal ramifications (in light of the mayor's attempted suppression of communication between council members, constituents and lawmakers from neighboring towns). I am aware of 47 USC § 230, but am seeking other resources so I can calm their worry.
I have no idea. First off: what state do you live in.
Next, what city.
Third, I still don't know, but that would help others be able to find out. A situation such as this would be entirely a city-by-city decision.
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