• 02/26/15

    ACLU of Connecticut Warns Against Warrantless Drone Surveillance

    The American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut warned lawmakers against allowing government drones to spy on people without a warrant. If passed as written, a proposed law (Senate Bill 974) would make Connecticut one of the only states in the country to regulate these devices for law enforcement in a way that allows government drones […]

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  • 02/26/15

    ACLU of Connecticut says Agreements between Law Enforcement and Schools Needed

    The American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut argues for clear guidelines for police officers assigned to schools as well as analysis of school-based arrests to reduce the criminalization of typical student behavior and to cut unfair racial disparities in arrests.

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  • 02/20/15

    ACLU of Connecticut Seeks Legal Director

    The Legal Director leads the ACLU-CT legal program on a wide range of constitutional and statutory issues to bring about systemic change through impact-driven litigation. This person will have the primary responsibility for supervising all litigation for the ACLU-CT, and balancing the workload of the legal program by actively recruiting and supervising cooperating (volunteer) counsel and law firms throughout Connecticut as well as through his/her own personal handling of cases.

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  • ACLU of Connecticut Applauds Governor Malloy’s Second Chance Initiative

    For decades, the American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut has been litigating and advocating to make Connecticut’s criminal justice system fair and effective. Over the past four years, Governor Malloy has introduced and successfully implemented reforms, with broad popular support, which began to address the state’s incarceration crisis while making Connecticut safer.

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  • 12/10/14

    Stephen Glassman Appointed Executive Director of the ACLU of Connecticut

    Stephen Glassman, a former state cabinet official and non-profit executive with a long history of working for human rights, has joined the American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut as its executive director. Glassman served as a board member of the Maryland ACLU affiliate for eight years and of the Pittsburgh chapter of the Pennsylvania affiliate […]

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