Kevin Desormeaux

Digital Content Manager

Sacramento

Kevin joined the PLF Communications Team in March, 2015, as Digital Content Manager.  In his position he is responsible for the design, content, and management of PLF’s Website.

Kevin works closely with the other members of PLF’s communications team in optimizing the non-profit foundation’s on-line information, digital communications, and social media activities, which support the foundation’s legal and development teams.

He has considerable experience in digital entertainment, visual communications, social media, and marketing.

Before joining PLF, he served as the graphic designer and content editor for Firehive Studio in Tracy, CA.  He has performed design and marketing for several businesses in central California.

He holds a bachelors degree from the ITT Technical Institute in Lathrop, where he also served as an instructor of the Adobe Creative Suite.

His hobbies include photography, film, and radio production.

Kevin joined the PLF Communications Team in March, 2015, as Digital Content Manager.  In his position he is responsible for the design, content, and management of PLF’s Website.

Kevin works closely with the other members of PLF’s communications team in optimizing the non-profit foundation’s on-line information, digital communications, and social media activities, which support the foundation’s legal and development teams.

He has considerable experience in digital entertainment, visual communications, social media, and marketing.

Before joining PLF, he served as the graphic designer and content editor for Firehive Studio in Tracy, CA.  He has performed design and marketing for several businesses in central California.

He holds a bachelors degree from the ITT Technical Institute in Lathrop, where he also served as an instructor of the Adobe Creative Suite.

His hobbies include photography, film, and radio production.

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PLF’s First Amendment battle heads to the U.S. Supreme Court

The Supreme Court announced that it will hear a First Amendment challenge to Minnesota’s sweeping, speech-stifling restrictions on what can be worn while voting. In this week’s episode of PLF’s Courting Liberty podcast, hear from case attorney Wen Fa and client Andy Cilek as they break down the importance and gravity of their fight for free speech.

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Seattle decides to continue to violate the First Amendment

In this week’s episode of PLF’s Courting Liberty podcast, hear from case attorney Ethan Blevins about this decision and how First Amendment rights include both the right to speak and the right not to speak.

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African-American student moves forward with challenge to race-based admissions in St. Louis schools

In the second decade of the 21st century, can an African-American student still be turned away from a public school because of his or her skin color?

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New Orleans unconstitutionally demolishes personal property

“We were blindsided by the city,” said PLF client David Garrett. “You deserve at least a phone call or letter from the government—and an opportunity for a hearing—before it sends over a bulldozer. The city’s failure to contact us was simply outrageous.”

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A victory for common sense in California

California has now rescinded the state’s onerous “certificate of authenticity” requirement for the sale of autographed books. Hear directly from Bill and case attorney Anastasia Boden about the impact of this victory for freedom, common sense, and Bill’s right to be an upstanding small business owner.

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By Kevin Desormeaux

Justices asked to ensure the EPA’s victims their day in court

The Supreme Court was urged today not to allow the EPA to place itself above the law by arbitrarily restricting judicial review of its regulations.

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