Something extraordinary happened last week to advance fairness and equality in the United States.
A Bill Up for a House Vote Today to Punish ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Won’t Improve Public Safety. It Will Undermine It.
It’s not every day that the Fraternal Order of Police, Major County Sheriffs’ Association, Conference on Mayors, and National League of Cities line up with the ACLU on the same side of legislation.
From several years of touring prisons, I’ve learned they all have a distinctive and oddly similar smell: sweat, human misery, and grime — sometimes overlain, but never hidden, by the acrid odors of chlorine and other cleaning products.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut engages in litigation, legislative advocacy and public education to defend the rights and freedoms embodied in the Connecticut and U.S. constitutions, including freedom of speech, freedom of religion, the right to privacy, reproductive rights and the right to fair treatment in the criminal justice system.
The American Civil Liberties Union today released results from a new national survey focused on criminal justice reform.
A Connecticut teenager’s weaponized drone illustrates the need for regulations, which has prompted the ACLU of Connecticut to renew its call for reform.
A sweeping set of criminal justice reforms, that will spare more than 1,100 non-violent drug offenders from prison and save millions in corrections costs, passed the legislature.