Susanna Granieri is a reporter at First Amendment Watch, a project of New York University's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. She's a recent graduate of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. Before joining First Amendment Watch, she was an Immersion Fellow at the Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting where she investigated the use of faulty forensic science and its effects on death penalty convictions. She's previously reported on politics, policy and legislation for the Legislative Gazette, an Albany-based newspaper. She is a contributor for Delaware Currents, an environmental publication focused on the Delaware River; and Being Patient, an online publication focused on Alzheimer's, dementia and brain health.

Texas Atheist Organization Files First Amendment Lawsuit Against Fort Worth, Claims Viewpoint Discrimination

A North Texas nonprofit organization, Metroplex Atheists, filed a lawsuit July 17 against the city of Fort Worth after its application for promoting an event about Christian Nationalism on lamppost banners downtown was denied. The group claims the city discriminated against its viewpoint and violated its First Amendment rights to freedom of speech and religion.
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