To ensure elections proceed and eligible Americans can vote, any federal legislative package addressing the impact of COVID-19 on our elections must include an immediate, substantial infusion of federal funding and federal requirements for no-excuse mail-in abse
Police, Prosecutors, Sheriffs, Parole Officers, and Governors can Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19 — Here’s How
As COVID-19 spreads across the United States, and as more public and private actors take drastic measures to combat this pandemic, it is vital that police, prosecutors, judges, parole officers, and governors also respond immediately by reducing the footprint of the crimi
A group of over 450 public health experts signed a public letter today warning that widespread transmission of the Covid-19 co
This week, Super Tuesday sweeps the nation as 14 states gather to vote for their favorite candidates. And—for the first time in 20 years—Maine is holding a presidential primary.
Presidential primaries are in full swing, and volunteers have been asking candidates where they stand on key civil liberties issues. ACLU volunteers across the Northeast headed to New Hampshire to make sure people prioritize civil liberties when choosing a candidate.
Rebecca Gill was out of options. At 39 years old, she was arrested and though not convicted of a crime and presumed innocent, confined to a jail cell. This happened because of a cash bail requirement that she couldn’t afford.
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