Feb 06, 2023
ACLU Challenge to Kansas Death Penalty Begins Today
WICHITA, Kan. — An unprecedented constitutional challenge to the death penalty in Kansas begins today in the Sedgwick County District Court. Attorneys for Kyle Young will argue t...
Issue Areas: Capital Punishment
Feb 02, 2023
ACLU, EFF Seek to Protect the Public’s Right to Access Judicial Records
Amicus Brief Urges the Court to Increase Transparency of SCA Warrant Requests
Feb 02, 2023
Advocates Promise Swift Legal Action Against Restrictions on Health Care for Oklahoman Trans Youth
OKLAHOMA CITY — The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Oklahoma, and Lambda Legal today promised swift legal action in opposition to proposed restrictions on critical an...
Issue Areas: LGBTQ Rights
Feb 01, 2023
West Virginia Providers and Advocates File Challenge Against Extreme and Unconstitutional Abortion Ban Passed Last Year
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia abortion providers and advocates filed a lawsuit today in federal court challenging multiple provisions of HB 302, the state’s near-total abor...
Issue Areas: Reproductive Freedom
Jan 30, 2023
ACLU Argues Evidence From Privacy-Invasive Geofence Warrants Should Be Suppressed
ACLU Files Amicus in United States v. Chatrie, the First Geofence Search Case to Hit a Federal Court of Appeals
Jan 29, 2023
Utah Bans Health Care for Transgender Youth
SALT LAKE CITY – Ignoring the warnings of medical organizations, civil rights activists, transgender youth, and their families, Utah Governor Spencer Cox signed into law a me...
Issue Areas: LGBTQ Rights
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