Jul 11, 2024
ACLU Releases Legal, Legislative, and Advocacy Roadmap to Fight Executive Power Abuses in a Second Trump Administration
As part of the ACLU’s 2024 election policy memo series, this roadmap dives into the surveillance, protest, and free speech abuses the U.S. could face if Trump wins and implements Project 2025 policies
Jul 10, 2024
Senate Armed Services Committee Advances Restrictions on Medical Care for Transgender Servicemembers
In a dangerous and discriminatory attack on transgender members of the armed forces, the Senate Armed Services Committee has approved a version of the National Defense Authorizatio...
Jul 10, 2024
Jul 09, 2024
ACLU Releases Roadmap to Combat Voting Rights Threats Posed by a Second Trump Term
The roadmap continues ACLU’s 2024 election policy memo series exploring likely policies from a potential Trump or Biden second term.
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
Jul 08, 2024
Plaintiffs in Lawsuit Challenging Louisiana Ten Commandments Law Seek Preliminary Injunction to Block School Displays
BATON ROUGE, La. —In an effort to stop state and school-district officials from implementing a new law mandating the display of the Ten Commandments in every public school classr...
Issue Areas: Religious Liberty
Jul 03, 2024
Federal Court Rules Idaho Officials Will Not Enforce Abortion Censorship Law Against Public University Professors
BOISE, Idaho — The U.S. District Court for the District of Idaho denied a request by six Idaho professors and two teachers’ unions for a preliminary injunction against the stat...
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