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Lessons From the Minnesota Shooting Body Camera Activation Failure

The public increasingly expects that police incidents will be recorded. Good policies are needed to make sure that happens.

By Jay Stanley
July 20, 2017

A Federal Appeals Court Just Shot Down Government Prayer on Steroids in North Carolina

The Fourth Circuit recognized that there are still limitations on invocations by governmental legislative bodies.

By Heather L. Weaver
July 19, 2017

Jeff Sessions Is Aiding and Abetting Police Departments Who Want to Seize Property of People Convicted of No Crime

The attorney general has provided police who do not like their state forfeiture laws with a loophole to police for profit.

By Kanya Bennett
July 19, 2017

Lawmakers in Texas Are Returning to the Capitol for More Anti-Trans Discrimination

The lives of transgender people are at stake as Texas convenes their special legislative session.

By Chase Strangio
July 18, 2017

What This American Family Went Through at the Border Was Clearly Unconstitutional

The harrowing border experience of an American family represents much of what’s wrong with our approach to border security.

By Hugh Handeyside
July 17, 2017

Trump’s Grandma Ban Is No More for Now

Hawaii judge rejects the Trump administration’s attempt to ban grandmothers, uncles, and other relatives of U.S. Muslims.

By Cody Wofsy
July 14, 2017

Congress Should Reject This Unconstitutional Amendment Denying Care to Transgender Service Members and Their Families

Our troops deserve support not discrimination from members of Congress.

By Brian Tashman
July 13, 2017

Christopher Wray Has a Troubling Record on Civil Liberties

The Senate must question the prospective FBI director’s views on torture, wrongful detention, and surveillance.

By Christopher Anders, Aaron Madrid Aksoz
July 12, 2017

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