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ACLU’s Kary Moss Celebrates Victory on One Front

March 22, 2004

Kary Moss looks tired, which is not surprising, given that she has spent another 70-80 hour week fighting for mostly unpopular causes. On top of that, she commutes from Ann Arbor to Detroit, and...

Hepatitis in Michigan Prisons

January 21, 2003

On January 21, 2003 , seven people incarcerated in Michigan prisons filed a class action lawsuit against officials in the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC), and against Correctional...

Should Airports Engage in Terrorist Profiling?

March 08, 2002

As the nation tries to find the best ways to improve airport security, it is crucial that we resist grabbing onto strategies that only create a sense of false security but not real security....

Michigan Court of Appeals will Hear Appeal in People v. Timothy Boomer

March 05, 2002

The ACLU argues that the law is unconstitutionally vague and overbroad and therefore cannot be used to prosecute anyone. It is vague because it does not provide notice about what language might be...