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Benjamin P. Sisney

Benjamin P. Sisney serves as Senior Counsel for Litigation and Public Policy at the ACLJ’s Washington D.C. office. He also serves as the ACLJ's Director of FOIA Practice. Sisney practiced law in Oklahoma City for five years, following the conclusion of his two-year clerkship with United States District Judge Gregory K. Frizzell in Tulsa, two years with the American Center for Law and Justice in Virginia, and a Legal Fellowship with Senator James M. Inhofe in Washington, D.C. Sisney graduated from Regent University School of Law in 2007. As a law student, he interned with an Oklahoma District Attorney's office and Oklahoma’s oil and gas administrative law court. Sisney’s practice has focused in the areas of government affairs and accountability, international and United Nations affairs, pro-life litigation and issues, family law, First Amendment law, and religious liberty.

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ACLJ Files New Lawsuit Regarding Kerry’s Secret Meetings With Iran

By Benjamin P. Sisney1619117798389

John Kerry tried to undermine President Trump in order to support Iran, putting our national security at risk. And now it appears that the Biden Administration is willfully trying to cover it up. We just filed a critical lawsuit to expose and defeat the Biden/Kerry Deep State tag-team effort to...

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ACLJ Sends FOIA Request to HHS to End Use of Aborted Body Parts

By Benjamin P. Sisney1617803940000

The Biden Administration’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) continues to fund research that involves using aborted babies’ body parts for experimentation, including with federal taxpayer dollars. The ACLJ has recently sent a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to HHS to get to...

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UPDATE: Oklahoma's Religious Freedom Act Just Passed the State Senate

By Benjamin P. Sisney1617717540000

During the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, questions swirled about what was “essential” and what wasn’t. At the ACLJ, we firmly believe that churches and worship services are essential, and we have fought to safeguard those constitutionally protected rights and institutions. Shockingly, we...

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Planned Parenthood Unlawfully Obtains Millions in COVID Relief Funds

By Benjamin P. Sisney1616421540000

In the devastating economic aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed the CARES Act, which included hundreds of billions of dollars for small businesses in the form of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans and aid. This relief package specifically included language preventing Planned...

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