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Laws Targeting Israel Boycotts Fail Again in Court

For the second time this year, a federal judge has ruled that anti-boycott laws likely violate the First Amendment.

By Brian Hauss
September 28, 2018

What a European Court Ruling Means for Mass Spying Around the World

A victory for free speech and privacy rights against Britain's spy agency has implications for the NSA.

By Scarlet Kim, Patrick Toomey
September 24, 2018

A Tale of Two New York Cities When It Comes to Policing

A new New York Civil Liberties Union report reveals the fear and distrust of a violent New York Police Department.

By Johanna Miller, Simon McCormack
September 21, 2018

2 Native American Teens Were Reported to Police for Joining a Campus Tour. Now We’re Stepping In.

We’re demanding that Colorado State University change policing practices after the racial profiling of two young Native-American teenagers.

By Sarah Hinger
September 20, 2018

How Facebook Is Giving Sex Discrimination in Employment Ads a New Life

We’re taking on Facebook and 10 companies for using the social platform to direct job ads toward men, excluding others.

By Galen Sherwin
September 18, 2018

Trump’s Border Wall Obsession Is a Threat to the Southwest Border Region

To save lives, preserve habitats, and ensure thriving border communities, Congress should stop funding President Trump’s border wall.

By Astrid Dominguez, Chris Rickerd
September 14, 2018

Louisiana Mayor Caves on Attempted Ban of Nike Products

The city of Kenner’s policy of preventing booster clubs from buying or accepting delivery of Nike products is unconstitutional.

By Alanah Odoms Hebert , Brian Hauss
September 12, 2018

It’s Time to Close a Loophole in the Constitution’s Double Jeopardy Rule

State and federal prosecutors should not be permitted to prosecute someone twice for the same offense.

By David Cole, Somil Trivedi
September 12, 2018

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