Jun 01, 2015
Supreme Court Declines to Hear Challenge to Arizona Immigration Bail Ruling
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court today announced it would not hear a challenge to an appeals court ruling striking down Arizona’s Proposition 100, which denied bail to p...
Issue Areas: Immigrants' Rights
May 29, 2015
ACLU To Deliver 60,000 Signatures to Sen. Tillis Today Calling for End to Section 215 the Patriot Act
RALEIGH – The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of North Carolina will deliver tens of thousands of signatures today to the Raleigh office of U.S. Senator Thom Tillis calling...
Issue Areas: National Security
May 28, 2015
ACLU Applauds Gov. McCrory’s Decision to Veto SB2
RALEIGH – Today North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory announced plans to veto Senate Bill 2, a discriminatory measure that would allow sworn government officials to deny marriage servi...
May 28, 2015
ACLU Announces Settlement on Behalf of Grand Junction Mother Fired for Breastfeeding at Work
DENVER – The American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado and the ACLU Women’s Rights Project announced a settlement today with Big League Haircuts on behalf of Ashley Provino, a...
Issue Areas: Women's Rights
May 28, 2015
ACLU Finds Severe Racial Disparities in Low-Level Arrests by Minneapolis Police
Patterns of Racial Bias and Overcriminalization Show Urgent Need for Reform; Blacks and Native Americans Disproportionately Affected
May 27, 2015
ACLU: Nebraska Made History
Joins Growing Number of States Replacing Death Penalty with Smart Alternatives
Issue Areas: Capital Punishment
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