American Civil Liberties Union
really crass stuff … The ACLU in me certainly defends their right to say it but I'm kind of sorry that they do.
It should be working diligently and urgently to release Guantanamo prisoners, starting with the 86 men already long cleared to leave the prison. The ACLU will continue to press on all these matters until the rule of law is restored and ill-treatment in Guantanamo ends.
The ACLU has been working since 1936 to guarantee the rights of lesbian and gay people, and we see sending Cam and Mitch down the aisle before 13 million American viewers as the perfect next stepMore quotes »
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Rowan, Union counties continue prayer prior to meetings
files suit against Rowan Co. for prayer at county meetings The American Civil Liberties Union filed suits against Rowan and Union counties for having a Christian prayer before board meetings. The Wisconsin Foundation asked both boards to cease and desist, 5/20/13 from WSOC Charlotte Read more »
On Lawyer2Lawyer: Private Prisons and Prisoners’ Rights
the debate over the growing use of private prisons. Joining us to discuss the issue are Susan Herman, president of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), and Adrian Moore, vice president of the Reason Foundation, a non-profit in support of libertarian 5/20/13 from Law.com Read more »
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