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The White House Unleashes More Attacks on Reproductive Health Care

The White House released rules this week attacking insurance coverage for abortion and birth control.

By Georgeanne M. Usova
November 9, 2018

Jeff Sessions Was the Worst Attorney General in Modern American History

From immigration to transgender rights, Attorney General Jeff Sessions showed contempt for American civil rights and liberties.

By ACLU
November 9, 2018

Amid Pervasive Voter Suppression, the Big Winner on the 2018 Ballot Was Voting Itself

When Americans are given the opportunity to expand the franchise, the answer is a loud and resounding yes.

By Bobby Hoffman
November 7, 2018

The 2018 Midterm Elections Were a Big Win for Criminal Justice Reform Ballot Initiatives

Voters made it clear that they’ve had enough of President Trump’s “tough on crime” rhetoric.

By Udi Ofer
November 7, 2018

The Supreme Court Will Decide Whether Maryland Can Display a 40-Foot Latin Cross

The case could drastically alter longstanding precedent protecting the separation of church and state and send a devastating message to non-Christians

By Heather L. Weaver
November 6, 2018

Children Cruelly Handcuffed Win Big Settlement Against the Police in Kentucky

For years, a sheriff’s office defended its use of handcuffs on elementary school students. Now it will pay up.

By Susan Mizner
November 2, 2018

U.S. Citizen, Detained Without Charge by Trump Administration for a Year, Is Finally Free

The Trump administration tried everything it could to deprive an American citizen of his constitutional rights. It failed.

By Jonathan Hafetz
October 29, 2018

Court Tells Georgia It Can’t Charge People to Read the Law

The law doesn’t belong to the state — it belongs to the people, and the government can’t copyright it.

By Vera Eidelman
October 22, 2018

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