Dec 14, 2023
Virginia Supreme Court Reinstates Case Seeking to Allow Misgendering of Transgender Students
RICHMOND, Va. — The Supreme Court of Virginia issued a ruling today reinstating a case brought by a public school teacher seeking the right to mistreat transgender students by re...
Issue Areas: LGBTQ Rights
Dec 12, 2023
Lawsuit Challenges D.C. Transit Authority for Violating the First Amendment
Complaint alleges that WMATA unlawfully rejected controversial ads
Dec 04, 2023
Lawyers' Committee and American Civil Liberties Union Defend Free Speech in Schools in Case Challenging HB1775
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – On Monday, attorneys from the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the American Civil Liberties Unio...
Nov 16, 2023
Pro-Palestine Student Group in Florida Sues University System to Prevent Unconstitutional Deactivation
University of Florida’s Students for Justice in Palestine is represented by the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Florida, and Palestine Legal
Nov 15, 2023
House Pulls Extreme Budget Proposal Attacking Reproductive & Gender-Affirming Health Care
WASHINGTON – The Republican leadership of the House of Representatives has been forced to cancel an expected floor vote on an extreme budget bill that funds the Department of Hea...
Nov 01, 2023
ACLU Open Letter to Colleges and Universities: Reject Efforts to Restrict Constitutionally Protected Speech on Campuses
Organization Warns Against Investigations of Pro-Palestinian Student Groups For Speech On College Campuses
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