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ACLU launches election hotline

The Garden City Telegram - 23 Jul 2018
The ACLU of Kansas is launching an election hotline it believes will help safeguard the voting process in light of efforts to restrict voter registration in the state. The hotline will provide real-time assistance on Aug. 7, primary day, and on Nov. 6 ...

State's attorneys undermine ACLU survey with 'collective' response - 22 Jul 2018
The ACLU provided the candidates for state's attorney across Vermont the 20-survey question, posting the response on its website this week. The survey questions sought candidates' views on a range of topics, including bail, sentencing, transparency and ...

ACLU: Men detained at Sheridan prison exhibited 'credible fear' - 20 Jul 2018
The American Civil Liberties Union is shedding more light on the men detained at Sheriden Federal Prison earlier this year following President Donald Trump's “zero tolerance” immigration policy. According to the ACLU, 20 of those men have been ...

ACLU Sues DC Cop Over “Humiliating” Stop-And-Frisk

Afro American - 22 Jul 2018
By Lenore T. Adkins/Special to the AFRO. The American Civil Liberties Union of D.C. on July 18 filed a lawsuit on behalf of a 39-year-old Black man who alleges a D.C. police officer grabbed his genitals and stuck his fingers between his buttocks in a ...

ACLU attack on Kobach roils Kansas GOP governor primary

Minneapolis Star Tribune - 18 Jul 2018
The ACLU has sparred repeatedly with Kobach in court over the Kansas secretary of state's efforts to limit voting rights and immigration. Now, the civil liberties group's nemesis is mounting a serious threat from the right to unseat Gov. Jeff Colyer in ...

A Pro-Liberty Case for Gun Restrictions

ACLU (blog) - 17 Jul 2018
My colleague Louise Melling has laid out the ACLU's views on guns here — that while gun regulations must be unbiased and subject to due process protections, the Constitution does permit limits on firearms sale and ownership. Overall, the ACLU does not ...

How one California county is criminalizing bad grades

Vox - 17 Jul 2018
And according to the ACLU, students of color are much more likely than their white peers to end up in YAT, leading advocates to argue that the program has discriminated against nonwhite students. They argue that by introducing students to the criminal ...

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