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What Would You Do With $11,000?

What Would You Do With $11,000?

By Meghan Groob, Media Relations Associate, ACLU at 4:55pm
Imagine looking at your bank statement and seeing $11,000 more than you expected. If you're anything like me, you would immediately start planning how to spend your newfound riches. Should I be responsible and pay off my debt? Or should I finally take that dream vacation to Paris?
On the Agenda: Blog Series

On the Agenda: March 31-April 4

By Meghan Groob, Media Relations Associate, ACLU at 9:56am

It's the best time of year, folks: March Madness. Even though it's almost April, March Madness still consumes offices across the country as we move onto the Final Four. Whether you're a diehard Kentucky fan like me (go Cats!) or just someone who wants…

On the Agenda: March 24-28

On the Agenda: March 24-28

By Meghan Groob, Media Relations Associate, ACLU at 11:35am

Have you tuned into cable news lately? I have, and based on what I've seen, the only thing happening in the world these days is the ongoing saga of Malaysian Airlines MH370. While the story is fascinating and heartbreaking, it's a bit hard to remember…

On the Agenda: February 3-7

On the Agenda: February 3-7

By Meghan Groob, Media Relations Associate, ACLU at 9:57am

Last week was a big week for immigration for two very different people: Justin Bieber and House Speaker John Boehner.

Apparently we here at the ACLU aren't the only ones with questions about how differently Bieber would be treated if he…

On the Agenda: January 27-31

On the Agenda: January 27-31

By Meghan Groob, Media Relations Associate, ACLU at 11:10am

Washington may be in a deep freeze right now, but even the cold can't ruin the excitement in the air. Tomorrow is one of the best days of the year here in DC.

That's right, folks. The State of the Union is tomorrow at 9 PM ET. Cancel your evening…

Celebrating Equal Pay (And Bacon!) at the White House

Celebrating Equal Pay (And Bacon!) at the White House

By Meghan Groob, Media Relations Associate, ACLU at 2:59pm

Fifty years ago this week, President Kennedy signed the Equal Pay Act in the East Room while surrounded by leaders of the women's rights movement. And on Monday, President Obama celebrated its 50th anniversary with a ceremony in the East Room, and…

The Legacy of Trayvon Martin

The Legacy of Trayvon Martin

By Meghan Groob, Media Relations Associate, ACLU at 12:14pm

Exactly one year ago today, a 17-year-old boy named Trayvon Martin was gunned down in his quiet Florida suburb in a tragedy that left our country shocked and ashamed. The incident set off a national conversation about racial profiling and the role…

On the Agenda: March 3-7

On the Agenda: March 3-7

By Meghan Groob, Media Relations Associate, ACLU at 10:07am

So have you finished House of Cards yet? If you're like most of us here in the Washington Legislative Office, you probably binge watched the whole season in one weekend. But we understand that some of you may have lives and may have needed a couple…

ACLU Lens: Contraception Coverage Good for Women but Debate Leads to Bigger Questions

ACLU Lens: Contraception Coverage Good for Women but Debate Leads to Bigger Questions

By Meghan Groob, Media Relations Associate, ACLU at 3:04pm

Last week, the Obama administration released a proposed rule implementing the requirement that insurance plans cover birth control...

On the Agenda: January 6-10

On the Agenda: January 6-10

By Meghan Groob, Media Relations Associate, ACLU at 11:35am

Happy New Year, everyone! Congress is back in session this week, although it's a pretty light week on the Hill for our issues.

The big news this week is that the Senate is expected to vote on a three month extension of the unemployment benefits…

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