New CBP Memo Makes Clear Agents Need Consent to Board Buses
LD 2094 Will Enhance the Rights of Tribal Members, says Group
Hearing On LD 1421 TODAY at 1:05 in Judiciary Committee
Augusta – The ACLU of Maine today called on the legislature to permanently end the practice of automatically suspending an individual’s driver’s license because they can’t afford to pay their fines for non-driving related violations.
As Task Force Meets Today, Experts Say Existing Legislation Addresses Pressing Problems
Following news that drug overdose deaths in Maine increased in 2019, the ACLU of Maine renewed its call for the legislature to pass a bill that would stop the criminalization of people who use drugs and remove barriers to treatment and harm-reduction measures.
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