Jan 14, 2016
ACLU Comment on Senators Joining Bipartisan Visa Waiver Fix Effort
WASHINGTON — Lawmakers in the Senate have joined leaders in the House in introducing federal legislation to fix a new law that imposes discriminatory travel restrictions on dual ...
Jan 13, 2016
ACLU Comment on Bipartisan Visa Waiver 'Fix-it' Bill
WASHINGTON — In a move that is unusual for both its swiftness and bipartisan nature, federal legislation was introduced today to fix a new law that imposed discriminatory travel ...
Jan 12, 2016
ACLU Comment on the Supreme Court’s Decision on Capital Punishment in Florida
NEW YORK – The Supreme Court today ruled 8-1 in Hurst v. Florida that the state’s system of determining who receives the death penalty is unconstitutional. In Florida, judges, ...
Issue Areas: Capital Punishment
Jan 11, 2016
Federal Trial Begins Over Voting Rights in Ferguson, Missouri
ACLU: Ferguson-Florissant School District's Electoral Process Undermines African-American Vote
Jan 07, 2016
Landmark Settlement Protects American Muslims From Discriminatory NYPD Surveillance
NEW YORK — In a landmark settlement announced today, the New York City Police Department has agreed to reforms designed to protect New York Muslims and others from discriminatory...
Issue Areas: National Security
Jan 04, 2016
ACLU Comment on Raids of Central American Families in United States
NEW YORK — The American Civil Liberties Union condemns Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson’s statement today that the Obama administration will continue its raids targe...
Issue Areas: Immigrants' Rights
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