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Attorney General Jeff Sessions Speaks in Code. Here’s What He’s Really Saying.

When Jeff Sessions talks about the “war on drugs” or “tough on crime” policies, he’s engaging in double speak.

By Jeffery Robinson
July 25, 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

Attorney General Jeff Sessions Once Again Shows His Contempt for Transparency

Jeff Sessions was supposed to disclose a form that listed his contacts with foreign governments. His response was outrageous.

By Christopher Anders
July 13, 2017

A Small Town in Pennsylvania Is Treading on This Naval Officer’s First Amendment Rights

The ACLU of Pennsylvania defends a naval officer’s right to honor his fallen comrades by broadcasting taps every night.

By Witold Walczak
July 10, 2017

I Want to Be My Child’s Primary Caregiver, but My Employer J.P. Morgan Chase Treats That as a Woman’s Job

I’ve filed a sex discrimination claim against J.P. Morgan Chase because fathers can be primary caregivers, too.

By Derek Rotondo
June 15, 2017

After James Comey’s Testimony, Here’s Where We Are, and Here’s Where We’re Going

Comey gave us a lot to think about today, but he also gave senators a lot to investigate. They should begin immediately.

By Anthony D. Romero
June 8, 2017

5 Things Public Schools Can and Can’t Do When It Comes to Dress Codes

Public schools can have dress codes, but they can’t be discriminatory or censor student expression.

By Galen Sherwin
May 30, 2017

Why Jeff Sessions Is the Best Argument for Reducing Prosecutorial Power

When we can’t stop prosecutors like Jeff Sessions from taking power, we can still do a lot better job containing them.

By Taylor Pendergrass
May 26, 2017

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