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Supreme Court sends challenge to Florida, Texas laws restricting social media regulation back to lower courts

The Supreme Court on Monday kicked back a challenge to laws out of Florida and Texas that curtail content regulation by social media giants back to the lower courts.

In its decision for the combined NetChoice v. Paxton and Moody v. NetChoice cases authored by Justice Elana Kagan, the high court concluded that neither of the lower courts “conducted a proper analysis of the facial First Amendment challenges.”

During oral arguments back in February, justices on the high court sounded torn over the case and hinted that it may remand it for further analysis.

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