May 31, 2023
Families Sue to Block Idaho’s Ban on Health Care for Trans Youth
BOISE — An Idaho law criminalizing gender-affirming health care for transgender youth is being challenged by families in federal court. In a lawsuit filed by the American Civil L...
Issue Areas: LGBTQ Rights
May 31, 2023
New Motions Filed in Lawsuit Challenging Georgia’s Omnibus Anti-Voter Law Seek to Defend Against Racial Discrimination and Remove Barriers to Absentee Voting
ATLANTA — Voting rights organizations filed motions for preliminary injunctive relief to lift barriers to voting for the 2024 elections in Georgia. The latest motion, filed last ...
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
May 30, 2023
Immigrants’ Rights Organizations Reach Settlement in Case Brought to Protect Medically Vulnerable People Detained by ICE
SEATTLE – The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington approved a settlement agreement today in Favela Avendaño v. Bostock, a case brought in 2020 by the Amer...
Issue Areas: Immigrants' Rights
May 30, 2023
New Lawsuit Argues Combined Restrictions on Health Care for Trans Youth and Abortion Violated State Constitution
LINCOLN, Neb. – “No bill shall contain more than one subject.” That language from the Nebraska State Constitution is at the heart of a new lawsuit that is challenging Nebrask...
May 25, 2023
Voting and Immigrants’ Rights Advocates Sue Over New Florida Law That Targets Voter Registration, Civic Engagement, and Political Speech 
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Voting and immigrants’ rights advocates filed a federal lawsuit today challenging a new Florida law, SB 7050, that targets community-based organizations per...
May 25, 2023
ACLU Acknowledges Improvements to DOJ Racial Profiling Policy, But Says Far More is Needed
On Anniversary of President Biden’s Policing Executive Order, ACLU Disappointed by Administration’s Failure to Fully Ban Discriminatory Profiling
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