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We appear before the United States Supreme Court more than any other organization except the U.S. Department of Justice. About 200 ACLU staff attorneys collaborate with about 2,000 volunteer attorneys to handle thousands of cases annually.

Federal Court Rules for Indian Families in ACLU Lawsuit

3/31/2015 | Defending Targets of Discrimination, Indigent Defense

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: 212-549-2666, RAPID CITY, S.D. – In a sweeping victory for Indian families, a federal court has ordered South Dakota officials to stop violating the rights of Indian parents and tribes in state child custody proceedings on several grounds. More

Legal Teams Announce Advocates Who Will Argue in Supreme Court Marriage Equality Cases

3/31/2015 | LGBT Basic Rights and Liberties, LGBT Relationships


Latest Supreme Court Cases

Bourke v. Beshear - Freedom to Marry in Kentucky

Lesbian and Gay Rights

3/17/2015 - Whether it is unconstitutional for a state to deny same-sex couples an equal right to marry and to deny recognition to same-sex couples from another state.

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