California Is a Governor’s Signature Away From Reining in Policing for Profit. The Federal Government and Other States Should Follow Its Lead.
California is close to passing a bill that would require a conviction before a person’s property could be taken by police.
A border resident describes what it's like to drive through Border Patrol checkpoints and be racially profiled.
The last few weeks have once again demonstrated the need for Congress to pass the Do No Harm Act.
In a Town Near You, People Are Being Evicted From Their Homes Because They Called the Police for Help
U.S. senators raise concerns about enforcement of local laws that harm vulnerable populations.
Congress should abandon its discrimination agenda.
Congress has immense power to help reform police practices nationwide. There is no time to waste.
Let’s focus our efforts on protecting LGBT people, women, and others from harm.
Key Members of Congress Are Pushing a Federal Appeals Court to Make Clear That Anti-Gay Discrimination Is Illegal
A case currently under review by the Second Circuit could set the record straight on LGBT protections at work.