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Censorship Stinks in Sibley, Iowa

A young web developer criticized the smell of a blood plant in town, so the city tried to intimidate him into silence.

By Rita Bettis
March 9, 2018

ICE Cruelty Knows No Bounds

The ACLU has filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of asylum-seeking parents and children separated by ICE.

By Stacy Sullivan
March 9, 2018

The New Israel Anti-Boycott Act Is Still Unconstitutional

The amended bill suffers the same fundamental flaw as the original: criminalizing participation in protected boycotts.

By Brian Hauss
March 7, 2018

West Virginia’s Little-Known Riot Act

An obscure law that came to light during the teachers strike gives police expansive powers to crack down on protesters.

By Vera Eidelman
March 7, 2018

The Trial Against Kobach Kicks Off: Here’s What You Should Know

Blocked from voting, three Kansans took the stand against Kris Kobach and the law that disenfranchised them.

By Amrit Cheng
March 7, 2018

Georgia Law Enforcement Invites a Noted Anti-Muslim Speaker to ‘Train’ Their Officers on Islam

The ACLU of Georgia is demanding local police cancel an anti-Muslim training on Thursday.

By Manar Waheed
March 5, 2018

Is It Constitutional to Lock Up Immigrants Indefinitely?

The Supreme Court deals a setback for due process, but leaves the most important question for lower courts to answer.

By Ahilan Arulanantham, Michael Tan
March 5, 2018

Jeff Sessions' Culture War

The attorney general isn’t doing his job. His failure could harm millions.

By Somil Trivedi
February 27, 2018

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