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Tyler
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Tyler is a Legislative Assistant in the Washington Legislative Office, where he works on religious freedom and civil right issues. Ray is a graduate of Catholic University Law School where he served as the President of Students for Public Interest Law. He has previously interned for the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and the Mississippi Center for Justice where he advocated on racial justice issues in the areas of education, criminal justice, and voting rights. Ray received his bachelor's degree in Social Science from San Diego State University. Ray is a licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

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Protecting Constitutional Principles — Even After Disasters

Protecting Constitutional Principles — Even After Disasters

By Dena Sher, ACLU Washington Legislative Office & Tyler Ray, ACLU Washington Legislative Office at 3:47pm
This was cross-posted to the American Constitution Society blog. 

Now Hiring (Some Exclusions May Apply)

By Dena Sher, ACLU Washington Legislative Office & Tyler Ray, ACLU Washington Legislative Office at 10:29am

Right now, the White House is wholly focused on getting people back to work. That should be great news for the American people. Why is it then that the administration has a damaging policy that actually limits certain jobs to only certain people?…

When a Dream House Becomes a Nightmare

When a Dream House Becomes a Nightmare

By Tyler Ray, ACLU Washington Legislative Office at 11:30am

For years, Rita Winters envisioned spending her golden years of retirement at her dream house in Southern Maryland.  However, as a result of events outside of Rita’s control, her dream home placed her in a nightmare situation. Federal action…

Looking for Simple Answers to Basic Questions on Faith-Based Hiring

By Dena Sher, ACLU Washington Legislative Office & Tyler Ray, ACLU Washington Legislative Office at 4:04pm

It’s been almost three years of silence from President Obama on the issue of whether religious organizations may discriminate when hiring for government-funded positions. Let’s take a walk down memory lane to find out where we have…

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