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Corrections Officer Who Struck Rhode Island Protesters with Pickup Truck Resigns

Activists say the private prison where the officer worked should be closed and immigrants detained there released

By Ashoka Mukpo
August 16, 2019

A Federal Court Sounds the Alarm on the Privacy Harms of Face Recognition Technology

The court ruled that a lawsuit alleging that Facebook is violating Illinois’ biometric privacy law can proceed.

By Nathan Freed Wessler
August 9, 2019

Over 132,400 Opposed Trump’s Anti-Trans Health Care Plan

A proposed rule would undermine protections for transgender people and others facing discriminatory denials of health care and insurance coverage.

By Lindsey Kaley
August 9, 2019

This County Criminalized Students for Bad Grades – Until Now

Today, we filed a landmark settlement that will end the relationship between the probation department and school districts in Riverside.

By Sarah Hinger, Sylvia Torres-Guillén
July 25, 2019

Trans People Led the Fight Against HB2 in North Carolina. And We’re Winning.

Transgender people in North Carolina cannot be banned from facilities based on their gender under H.B. 2 replacement law.

By Joaquín Carcaño
July 24, 2019

Arkansas Wants to Make Sure You Know ‘Almonds Don’t Lactate’

An Arkansas law censoring plant-based products isn't just absurd and unnecessary, it's unconstitutional.

By Brian Hauss
July 22, 2019

Thousands of Voices Are Telling the Supreme Court: Don’t Roll Back LGBTQ Rights

Businesses, women CEOs, civil rights organizations, Republicans tell the Supreme Court to protect LGBTQ employees like Aimee Stephens and Don Zarda.

By Ria Tabacco Mar
July 3, 2019

Arkansas Politicians Continue to Push Abortion out of Reach. So We Sued. Again.

As long as Arkansas politicians keep passing unconstitutional laws, the ACLU will keep taking them to court.

By Holly Dickson
June 27, 2019

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