Defending the Political Opinion Protection Act (POPA).
Of relevance to this, I state the following.
Free speech is meaningless if expressing dissident opinions makes life in a modern society completely untenable. In this manner, “private” social pricing attacks against dissident beliefs, opinions, and activism have a chilling effect on free speech, particularly today when “private” businesses and institutions rival governments with respect to power and influence. Outsourcing speech suppression from the public to the private spheres – transforming the “private” into a tool of public coercion – violates the First Amendment in spirit and this problem needs to be rectified through legal and political change.