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ACLU of Louisiana Issues Statement on Alton Sterling

BATON ROUGE — Details surrounding the shooting last night of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, continue to emerge. In reaction,...

SCOTUS Grants Review of ACLU Disability Rights Case on Behalf Of Michigan Student

WASHINGTON, DC—The U.S. Supreme Court announced today that it will hear the case of Ehlena Fry, a 12-year-old Jackson, Mich., girl with cerebral palsy who, at age 5, was banned from bringing her...

Federal Appeals Court Hears Tamesha Means' Case, Woman Denied Medical Care Over Hospital's Religious Directives

CINCINNATI — A federal appeals court will today hear a case brought by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of Tamesha Means, a pregnant woman who was denied emergency medical treatment...

ACLU of Michigan Issues Statement on Recent Anti-Trans Legislation

Statement from Amy Hunter, ACLU of Michigan Transgender Advocacy Project Coordinator, on Anti-Transgender Legislation Introduced by State Rep. Jim Runestad:

Rep. Jim...

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Executive Director Kary Moss: Use Mackinac Policy Conference to Find What Went Wrong in Flint

Kary Moss, Executive Director of the ACLU of Michigan, issued the following statement today about the kick-off of the Mackinac Policy Conference this week:

As Michigan's...

ACLU Hails New State Supreme Court Rules Aimed at Ending Debtors’ Prisons

LANSING—In a severe blow to the illegal “pay-or-stay” sentencing practices being challenged by the ACLU of Michigan and other groups, the state Supreme Court today announced a series of amendments...

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