Jun 23, 2015
ACLU, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch Urge DOJ to Appoint Special Prosecutor for CIA Torture
More Than 6 Months After Release of Senate Torture Report, the Groups Delivered Petition With More Than 110,000 Signatures
Issue Areas: National Security
Jun 22, 2015
ACLU in Appeals Court TUESDAY Challenging Drone Program Secrecy
WHAT:The Second Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan will hear oral arguments in lawsuits brought by the American Civil Liberties Union and The New York Times seeking Justice Dep...
Issue Areas: National Security
Jun 19, 2015
ACLU of Nebraska Secures $400,000 Grant to Fight Death Penalty Referendum
LINCOLN, Neb – The ACLU of Nebraska announced today that it recently secured a $400,000 grant from a national funder, Proteus Action League, to fight back against the death penal...
Issue Areas: Capital Punishment
Jun 19, 2015
ACLU Taps Karin Johanson as First National Political Director
Leading Legislative and Political Consultant Is Hired to Leverage ACLU’s Political Power Nationwide
Jun 18, 2015
ACLU of South Carolina Statement on Charleston Church Shooting
CHARLESTON – Victoria Middleton, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of South Carolina, had this comment in reaction to the killing of nine people last eveni...
Jun 18, 2015
ACLU Reaction to Supreme Court Ruling in Walker v. Sons of Confederate Veterans
NEW YORK – The Supreme Court issued its ruling today in Walker v. Sons of Confederate Veterans, a case about whether specialty license plates constitute government speech. Steven...
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