Apr 08, 2024
ACLU Warns Voters Against Anti-Abortion Deception
WASHINGTON — In response to former President Donald Trump announcing his policy stance on abortion, Deirdre Schifeling, chief political and advocacy officer of the American Civil...
Issue Areas: Reproductive Freedom
Apr 05, 2024
ACLU Statement on Biden Administration Bypassing Congress and Extending Section 702 Surveillance
Congress is set to vote on crucial reforms to the program next week
Issue Areas: National Security
Apr 05, 2024
ACLU Announces Kamara Jones as Deputy Chief Communications & Marketing Officer
WASHINGTON – The American Civil Liberties Union today announced the appointment of Kamara Jones as our new Deputy Chief Communications & Marketing Officer. “We are thrill...
Apr 03, 2024
ACLU Brief Urges Supreme Court to Uphold Eighth Amendment Protections in Grants Pass v. Johnson
Brief Argues that the Constitutional Prohibition on ‘Cruel and Unusual Punishments’ Prevents Cities from Arresting or Fining People Experiencing Homelessness for Sleeping in Public
Apr 03, 2024
ACLU Commends FCC Efforts to Restore Net Neutrality Rules
The FCC will vote on the rules later this month, securing access to a free and open internet.
Issue Areas: Free Speech
Apr 01, 2024
Florida Supreme Court Allows State to Ban Abortion, But Sends Measure to Protect Abortion Rights to the Voters in November
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida Supreme Court issued two decisions on abortion today: The first, following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overrule Roe v. Wade, reinterpre...
Issue Areas: Reproductive Freedom
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