The city of Hartford is planning a municipal identification program that would facilitate access to city services, programs and benefits for all Hartford residents, regardless of race, age, gender, arrest or conviction record, citizenship status or sexual orientation.
Connecticut is the lone success story among states in the Northeast, bucking a national trend toward more racially segregated schools, a new report from the Civil Rights Project at UCLA found.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut and the town of East Haven announced today that they have settled a lawsuit stemming from a January 2013 traffic stop and detention of New Haven woman, Dominique Cash.
This week, the ACLU submitted a letter to the U.S. Chief Information Officer at the White House alerting him to serious cybersecurity lapses by numerous federal agencies.
Last week, faster than you can say, “Your software needs to be updated to iOS 8.3,” Apple defended its policy of barring people with felony records from working construction on its new Cupertino campus, and then rescinded it after an outpouring of public criticism.
The ACLU of Connecticut called for concrete steps to be taken following a bombshell report that confirmed racial bias in traffic stops.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut applauded a favorable vote in the Judiciary Committee to mandate a warrant in order to track people’s cell phones. The bill had support from both Republicans and Democrats in the Judiciary Committee.