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ACLU of Michigan Urges DPS Officials to End Suspensions of High-School Football Players

DETROIT – Citing potential constitutional violations, the ACLU of Michigan is urging Detroit Public Schools officials to rescind the...

ACLU Demands Investigation of Hospital and Discipline for Failure to Provide Potentially Life-Saving Procedure

GRAND BLANC, Mich. — The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan today filed a formal complaint with a state licensing agency after a Catholic hospital refused to allow a pregnant woman with a...

Lead Astray: ACLU of Michigan Investigation Has Found Irregularities in Flint’s Water Tests

As its analysis of water samples from more than 275 homes is wrapping up, researchers at Virginia Tech have come to a distressing conclusion:

Because of dangerously high lead levels, the...

ACLU Looking Into Whether Eastpointe Policing Tied To “Pay-or-Stay” Sentences

August 19, 2015

Concerned that indigent defendants in the Detroit suburb of Eastpointe are being tossed into “debtors’ prison” for their inability to pay court fees and fines, the ACLU of Michigan today filed a...

ACLU of Michigan Executive Director Responds to Decision to Clear Agent in Kellom Case

Kary Moss, ACLU of Michigan executive director, issued the following statement today after Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy announced her decision to clear an Immigration and Customs Enforcement...

ACLU Renews Call for Legal Protections for Transgender People Following Attacks

In the wake of two recent attacks against transgender women in Detroit, the ACLU of Michigan is again calling on legislators to update state civil-rights protections and hate-crime laws to include...

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