Jul 11, 2024
ACLU Condemns House Measure Against Department of Education Title IX Rule
WASHINGTON – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass H.J. Res. 165, a Congressional Review Act resolution disapproving of the U.S. Department of Education’s fina...
Jul 11, 2024
ACLU Applauds Legislation Creating Oversight and Accountability in Federal Prisons
WASHINGTON – Congress passed the Federal Prison Oversight Act (H.R.3019/S.1401) yesterday, a bipartisan bill that will establish an independent oversight office to investigate an...
Jul 10, 2024
Senate Armed Services Committee Advances Restrictions on Medical Care for Transgender Servicemembers
In a dangerous and discriminatory attack on transgender members of the armed forces, the Senate Armed Services Committee has approved a version of the National Defense Authorizatio...
Jul 03, 2024
Federal Court Rules Idaho Officials Will Not Enforce Abortion Censorship Law Against Public University Professors
BOISE, Idaho — The U.S. District Court for the District of Idaho denied a request by six Idaho professors and two teachers’ unions for a preliminary injunction against the stat...
Jul 01, 2024
Supreme Court Ruling Underscores Importance of Free Speech Online
The court recognized that government attempts to control the editorial decisions of social media companies violate the First Amendment
Jun 28, 2024
Texas Supreme Court Refuses to Block Law Banning Health Care for Texas Trans Youth
AUSTIN, Texas – The Texas Supreme Court today reversed a lower court ruling blocking enforcement of Senate Bill 14, permitting the anti-transgender law to remain in effect. The l...
Issue Areas: LGBTQ Rights
Court case: Loe v. Texas
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