In the ACLU's lawsuit, a federal judge in Arizona enjoined that state from enforcing an anti-boycott law, which requires state contractors to certify that they don't boycott Israel, while litigation proceeds. Her ruling affirmed what we've been saying all along: "Collective boycotting activities undertaken to achieve social, political or economic ends is conduct that is protected by the First Amendment.'' 

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ACLU, "Laws Targeting Israel Boycotts Fail First Legal Test" (Kansas, January 2018)