The Gamut

All of the ACLU blogs in one place

Bogus “Aggression Detectors” Are Audio-Recording People In Public

The invasive, dystopian recording devices are being used in hundreds of schools, hospitals, and other public places around the world.

By Jay Stanley
July 1, 2019

Why the ACLU Is Suing Florida For Its New Poll Tax

The law forces returning citizens with criminal records to pay for the right to vote.

By Julie Ebenstein, Orion Danjuma
June 28, 2019

The Supreme Court’s Most Consequential Ruling for Privacy in the Digital Age, One Year In

Lower courts should make clear, as the Supreme Court does, that we don’t forfeit our Fourth Amendment rights by operating a laptop, car, or cellphone.

By Nathan Freed Wessler
June 28, 2019

How to Help Families at the Border Right Now

We know that a better future is possible, and we at the ACLU, along with our supporters and allies, are daring to create it.

June 28, 2019

Georgia Tried to Ban Abortion, So We Sued.

Abortion bans place people in danger, and Georgia’s is no exception.

By Talcott Camp
June 28, 2019

Working in Prison, I Witnessed the Inhumane Conditions of Solitary for Incarcerated Women

Solitary confinement can amount to torture. One practitioner witnessed this first hand, and shares her story and her journey to action.

By Ali Winters
June 28, 2019

Arkansas Politicians Continue to Push Abortion out of Reach. So We Sued. Again.

As long as Arkansas politicians keep passing unconstitutional laws, the ACLU will keep taking them to court.

By Holly Dickson
June 27, 2019

Supreme Court Finds that Wilbur Ross Lied To Put Citizenship Question on the 2020 Census

The ruling affirms that the Trump administration cannot offer pretextual reasons to cover up its anti-immigrant attacks.

By Davin Rosborough
June 27, 2019

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