Apr 28, 2015
Statement on Freddie Gray and Police/Community Conflict in Baltimore
ACLU briefing paper on deaths in police encounters in Maryland Read more about the ACLU of Maryland’s work on police accountability The following can be attributed to...
Apr 28, 2015
U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Cases Challenging Marriage Bans for Same-Sex Couples
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments today in cases that challenge laws in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee barring same-sex couples from marrying a...
Issue Areas: LGBTQ Rights
Apr 27, 2015
ACLU of Missouri Releases Mobile Justice App for iPhones
ST. LOUIS – Today, the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri released the iPhone version of a smart phone app called the ACLU of Missouri Mobile Justice app — an empow...
Issue Areas: Criminal Law Reform
Apr 23, 2015
ACLU Comment on Drone Strikes Killing Hostages
NEW YORK – President Obama announced today that a U.S. drone strike in Pakistan killed two al Qaeda hostages, an American and an Italian. The White House also said it believed th...
Issue Areas: National Security
Apr 22, 2015
ACLU Calls for Expiration of Patriot Act Section 215
ACLU Opposes McConnell’s 5-Year Extension of NSA Spy Program Authorization
Apr 21, 2015
Mom Arrested and Strip-Searched After 9/11 Flight Settles Lawsuit
DETROIT — The American Civil Liberties Union announced a settlement in its lawsuit filed on behalf of Shoshana Hebshi, a mother of two who was pulled off an airplane at gunpoint,...
Issue Areas: Racial Justice
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