Apr 30, 2019
New Documents Reveal DHS Claiming Broad, Unconstitutional Authority to Search Travelers’ Phones and Laptops
ACLU, EFF Move for Summary Judgement to Block Warrantless Searches of Electronic Devices at Airports, U.S. Ports of Entry
Apr 26, 2019
Settlement Reached to End Texas Voter Purge and Protect Voting Rights
Agreement between civil rights groups and state elections officials ends lawsuit over voter roll purge that discriminated against naturalized citizens
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
Apr 25, 2019
Third Federal Court Blocks Anti-BDS Law as Unconstitutional
AUSTIN — A federal court in Texas today blocked a state law requiring government contractors to certify that they are not engaged in boycotts of Israel or companies that do busin...
Issue Areas: Free Speech
Apr 25, 2019
Federal Court Orders Trump Administration to Identify Separated Children Within Six Months
SAN DIEGO — A federal court today imposed a six-month deadline on the Trump administration to identify potentially thousands more children it separated from parents. The governme...
Court case: Ms. L v. ICE
Apr 23, 2019
Oklahoma Business Removes “Muslim Free” Sign After ACLU Lawsuit, Commits to Serving Customers of All Faiths
MUSKOGEE, Okla. — After a lawsuit was brought by the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Oklahoma, and the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) Oklahoma chapter, ...
Issue Areas: Religious Liberty
Apr 22, 2019
Court Strikes Down Discriminatory Rule in New Jersey Condominium Association
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled today that a New Jersey condominium association’s gender-segregated pool hours violated the federal Fa...
Issue Areas: Women's Rights
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