Scott Greytak serves as Counsel for Free Speech for People. He is a social justice attorney with a life-long devotion to equity and opportunity for all, with a background in advocacy, policy development, litigation, state- and local-level campaigns, and academic scholarship.
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Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Barons of Coal, Begetters of Change
Last week, the former CEO of the Massey Energy Company, once the fourth largest producer of coal in the United States, was sentenced to the maximum penalty allowed by law – one year in prison, one year of supervised release, and a fine of $250,000 – for conspiring to willfully violate mine health...
Saturday, October 31, 2015
Money Flooding State Court Elections Threatens the Promise of Equal Justice
Special interest money is flooding into our state Supreme Court elections, gravely threatening the impartial justice that our Constitution promises -- and raising troubling questions about whether courtroom decisions are for sale. This fast-growing trend in American politics, spurred in part by the...