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Know Your Voting Rights

November 7, 2016

Know your rights about registering to vote on Election Day. If you or someone you know are in line by 8 p.m. and are prevented from registering to vote, it’s time to contact the ACLU-CT.

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Know Your Rights

August 31, 2016

Do you know your rights if you are stopped by the police? What if you are attending a protest, or recording the police? We’ve put together a few easy-to-use resources that might come in handy the next time you need quick access to information about your constitutional rights.

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Connecticut’s first-in-the-nation report about police Taser use shows troubling racial disparities and misuse. Learn more about police Tasers in Connecticut and the ACLU-CT’s work to ensure that police only use Tasers fairly, justly, and wisely.

A new study shows that, statewide, police in Connecticut disproportionately pull minority drivers over in traffic stops.

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.

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