Feb 04, 2024
Supplemental Funding Package Would Eviscerate Longstanding Protections for Families and Others Seeking Safety
WASHINGTON — A group of Senators today released the framework for a deal that would eviscerate protections for people seeking asylum in exchange for unrelated foreign aid. Follow...
Issue Areas: Immigrants' Rights
Feb 01, 2024
ACLU Applauds Appeals Court Decision Halting Enforcement of Florida Law That Bans Many Immigrants from China and Other Countries From Buying Homes
This decision temporarily blocks enforcement of Florida’s discriminatory housing law, known as SB 264, for two plaintiffs in this case
Court case: Shen v. Simpson
Feb 01, 2024
ACLU and ACLU of Georgia Support Lawmakers’ Letter Urging DOJ to Prioritize Fulton County Jail investigation
ATLANTA, GA— The ACLU of Georgia and ACLU today announced their support of a letter written by Sens. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff and Rep. Nikema Williams, urging the Departmen...
Issue Areas: LGBTQ Rights
Jan 31, 2024
Jan 31, 2024
Father Sues Ronald McDonald House Alleging Housing Policy Disproportionately Harms People of Color
The lawsuit argues that Ronald McDonald House’s criminal conviction ban violates state and federal anti-discrimination law; Plaintiff Juan Mieles was denied housing near the hospital where his son was being treated for cancer.
Issue Areas: Prisoners' Rights
Jan 30, 2024
Appeals Court Sides With Idaho Families and Transgender Youth
SAN FRANCISCO – In a victory for families and transgender youth, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has refused to stay a lower court’s preliminary injunction blocking enforcem...
Issue Areas: LGBTQ Rights
Court case: Poe v. Labrador
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