Jul 01, 2024
Voting Rights Advocates Celebrate Legislative Change in Mississippi Following Voter Challenge Lawsuit
JACKSON, Miss. — Voting rights advocates celebrate a significant victory as the Mississippi Legislature rolled back an unlawful restriction placed on voters. This legislative cha...
Jun 28, 2024
ACLU Responds to Supreme Court Decision that Cities Can Punish People for Being Homeless
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court ruled today that the cruel and unusual punishment clause of the Eighth Amendment does not prohibit cities from punishing unhoused people for sleepi...
Jun 22, 2024
ACLU Reflects on 25 Years Since Landmark Supreme Court Decision in Olmstead v. L.C.
WASHINGTON — On the 25th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision in Olmstead v. L.C., Zoe Brennan-Krohn, director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Disability Ri...
Issue Areas: Disability Rights
May 30, 2024
ACLU Files FTC Complaint Against Major Hiring Technology Vendor for Deceptively Marketing Online Hiring Tests as “Bias Free”
Aon’s tests carry a high risk of discriminating against job seekers based on race and disability
May 06, 2024
Class-Action Lawsuit Challenges Discriminatory Post-Conviction Supervision System in Washington, D.C.
Complaint alleges federal agencies administering parole and supervised release system in D.C. break disability law
May 03, 2024
Settlement Ensures Communication Access for Deaf People on Parole and Probation in Georgia
ATLANTA — Deaf and hard of hearing individuals on parole and probation in Georgia have successfully settled a lawsuit challenging the Georgia Department of Community Supervision...
Issue Areas: Disability Rights
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