(Portland, OR) -- The City of Portland is facing another lawsuit over its police response to Black Lives Matter protests. The new class-action lawsuit claims the Portland Police Department has been violating residents' free speech by collectively punishing nonviolent protesters. The lawsuit says plaintiffs report feeling unsafe in protesting and in reporting on the protests as journalists. Last week, a federal judge ordered the Portland Police Bureau to stop arresting or using physical force against journalists covering the protests. Judge Michael Simon issued the temporary restraining order in response to a class-action lawsuit filed by journalists and ACLU legal observers.