From a news story
Rep. Henry Waxman, chairman of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, has summoned some of the nation's top executives to Capitol Hill to defend their assessment that the new national health care reform law will cost their companies hundreds of millions of dollars in health insurance expenses. Waxman is also demanding that the executives give lawmakers internal company documents related to health care finances.
My comment: Since when does the First Amendment require that one explain one's free speech before a congressional committee? If I were these executives, I'd tell Waxman to go jump in a lake and do his own economic analysis of the bill he wrote. He DID read it and understand the implications of all its provisions before he voted for it, didn't he?