Jun 17, 2024
Federal Court Partially Halts Oklahoma’s Classroom Censorship Law
OKLAHOMA CITY — A federal court granted a partial preliminary injunction that will blunt the impact of Oklahoma’s classroom censorship law, HB 1775, which sought to severely re...
Jun 14, 2024
Florida Educators Urge Appeals Court to Block Florida’s Stop W.O.K.E. Act
MIAMI — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit will hear arguments today in Pernell v. Lamb, a lawsuit challenging the Stop W.O.K.E. Act, a classroom censorship law which...
Court case: Pernell v. Lamb
Jun 13, 2024
ACLU Releases Legal, Legislative, and Advocacy Roadmap for Defending LGBTQ Freedom Under a Possible Second Trump Term
Analysis and roadmap continue ACLU’s 2024 election policy memo series exploring likely policies from a potential Trump or Biden second term.
Issue Areas: LGBTQ Rights
Jun 13, 2024
Supreme Court Turns Away Attack on Medication Abortion Care
Case now returns to lower court where politicians have vowed to continue efforts to restrict medication abortion access
Issue Areas: Reproductive Freedom
Jun 12, 2024
Immigrants’ Rights Groups Sue Biden Administration Over New Anti-Asylum Rule
WASHINGTON — Immigrants’ rights groups today sued the Biden administration over the president’s proclamation and a new rule that severely restricts asylum and puts thousands ...
Issue Areas: Immigrants' Rights
Jun 11, 2024
Civil Rights Groups Submit Brief in Support of Landmark Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
More than 20 Workers’ Rights, Gender Justice, and Faith Organizations Submit an Amicus Brief Opposing Attacks on Workplace Accommodations
Issue Areas: Women's Rights
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