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Committee on the JudiciaryCourts, Intellectual Property, and the InternetIntroducedMay 20th, 2010
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Sons and Daughters of America Act
To limit the relief available to persons who have been unconstitutionally prohibited from protesting at military and other funerals.
Sons and Daughters of America Act - Limits the remedies of an injured party in a civil action for deprivation of rights to injunctive and declaratory relief where the deprivation is a deprivation of the right to freedom of speech secured by the Constitution and is under the authority of a statute, ordinance, regulation, custom, or usage which prohibits or restricts picketing, protesting, or demonstrating at, or in proximity to, a funeral or any other ceremony, procession, or memorial service held in connection with the burial or cremation of the dead. Prohibits the award of attorney's fees to a prevailing party in any action that is brought against the United States or any federal agency or official acting in his or her official capacity and that alleges such an injury.