Jul 03, 2024
ACLU Releases Legal, Legislative, and Advocacy Roadmap to Combat Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Threats Posed by a Second Trump Term
The analysis and roadmap continue ACLU’s 2024 election policy memo series exploring likely policies from a potential Trump or Biden second term.
Jul 03, 2024
Federal Court Orders Mississippi’s State Legislative Maps to Be Redrawn
Court finds 2022 redistricting plan unlawfully dilutes voting strength of Black Mississippians
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
Jul 01, 2024
Voting Rights Advocates Celebrate Legislative Change in Mississippi Following Voter Challenge Lawsuit
JACKSON, Miss. — Voting rights advocates celebrate a significant victory as the Mississippi Legislature rolled back an unlawful restriction placed on voters. This legislative cha...
Jul 01, 2024
Supreme Court Ruling Underscores Importance of Free Speech Online
The court recognized that government attempts to control the editorial decisions of social media companies violate the First Amendment
Jul 01, 2024
Supreme Court Grants Trump Broad Immunity for Official Acts, Placing Presidents Above the Law
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court today ruled that former President Trump is at least presumptively immune from criminal liability for his official acts, and is absolutely immune fo...
Issue Areas: Civil Liberties
Jun 28, 2024
Federal Court Temporarily Blocks Oklahoma’s Anti-Immigrant HB 4156
OKLAHOMA CITY — A federal court has temporarily blocked Oklahoma’s HB 4156, a harmful and far-reaching law that would have devastating consequences for Oklahoma’s immigrant c...
Issue Areas: Immigrants' Rights
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