Behind the Poll

Pennsylvania Senators Doug Mastriano and Scott Hutchinson want to hold big tech companies accountable for their ongoing censorship of Americans. Toward that end, they recently introduced Senate Bill 604, also called the Social Media Accountability Act.

If passed, this bill would allow Pennsylvania residents to sue companies like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube for the censorship of religious or political views shared on their platforms. According to Just The News, the bill would allow a “censored or banned user [to] seek up to $75,000 in statutory damages, attorneys’ fees, and other forms of relief.”