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NYPD Shuts Unit That Mapped Muslim Communities

4/15/2014 | Religion & Belief

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: 212-549-2666, NEW YORK – The New York Police Department has shuttered the unit that created maps and collected other information on Muslim communities in the New York City area, according to a report today by The New York Times. More

ACLU Seeks Swift Ruling to Grant Freedom to Marry to Same-Sex Couples in North Carolina

4/9/2014 | LGBT Basic Rights and Liberties, LGBT Relationships

Federal Court Asked to Take Action On Behalf of Couples With Serious Medical Conditions Whose Marriages Are Not Recognized by N.C. April 9, 2014 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: 212-549-2666, More

Latest Supreme Court Cases

Wood v. Moss

Free Speech

3/26/2014 - Whether plaintiffs are entitled to a trial on their claim of viewpoint discrimination based on detailed allegations that anti-Bush demonstrators were treated less favorably than pro-Bush demonstrators by the Secret Service during a 2004 presidential visit to Oregon.

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