An emergent conservative movement is stirring up support for changes to existing libel laws. Although laws are traditionally developed by judges and legislators who are appointed by legislatures, conservatives believe the libel laws are too strict and muzzle free speech. For that reason they are rallying a grass-roots movement of citizens who want to change the power balance of how and when to prosecute and fine people who say, write or utter things they believe should not…

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