Apr 07, 2017
ACLU Sues City in Missouri for ‘Nuisance’ Law That Targets Domestic Violence Victims
Unconstitutional Ordinance in Maplewood, Missouri, Puts Victims of Crimes at Risk for Violence, Homelessness
Issue Areas: Women's Rights
Mar 15, 2017
ACLU Statement on U.S. Marine Corps Photo-Sharing Scandal
WASHINGTON — The Senate Armed Services Committee is investigating the revelation that possibly hundreds of active-duty male Marines have used social media to share explicit photo...
Issue Areas: Women's Rights
Mar 08, 2017
ACLU Statement on Congress’ First Steps to Repeal Obamacare
WASHINGTON — Two congressional committees are advancing legislation today to repeal the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. This is the first concrete step Congress is ...
Sep 13, 2016
ACLU Statement on HUD Guidance on Nuisance Ordinances
NEW YORK — The Department of Housing and Urban Development today announced guidance explaining that local nuisance ordinances that penalize tenants, including victims of domestic...
Issue Areas: Women's Rights
Jul 11, 2016
Winning Plaintiff in Supreme Court Marriage Equality Case to Testify Tomorrow on Anti-LGBT Legislation Hearing
WASHINGTON — Jim Obergefell, former ACLU client and the lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court’s historic marriage equality ruling, will testify tomorrow at a House hearing on a b...
May 18, 2016
House Introduces Bill to Modify RFRA to Prevent Discrimination and Harm
WASHINGTON — With support from the American Civil Liberties Union, Reps. Joe Kennedy (D-Mass.) and Bobby Scott (D-Va.) today introduced the Do No Harm Act in Congress to ensure t...
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