Molly Rugg is the paralegal for the ACLU’s Voting Rights Project. Prior to joining the Voting Rights Project, she worked as a paralegal for Children’s Rights, a national watchdog organization that works to reform failing child welfare systems through federal class action lawsuits. Her past experience includes interning with the ACLU’s LGBT & AIDS Project, NARAL Pro-Choice Connecticut, the United States Senate Judiciary Committee, and the consumer protection unit at the Vermont Attorney General’s Office. Molly’s research for her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Yale University focused on gender ideology and its impact on interpersonal relationships.
Jan 20, 2015
50 Years After MLK's Selma March, We're Still Fighting For Voting Rights
May 20, 2014
Putting the Brakes on Voter Suppression in North Carolina
Nov 21, 2013
Kansas Voters Deserve Equality