With #InvestInMeCT, the Connecticut Justice Alliance is demanding that Connecticut invest time, care, love, and resources into communities – not punishment and incarceration.
No one should be criminalized for asking for help. Yet that is exactly what towns do when they attempt to ban people from panhandling.
Eliminating the symptoms of the social crisis that we are going through with policing is neither an effective policy nor a morally sound one.
The following is a reaction from ACLU of Connecticut executive director David McGuire.
AS SCOTUS OVERTURNS ROE V. WADE, THE CT COALITION FOR CHOICE CONTINUES THE FIGHT FOR REPRODUCTIVE FREEDOM
Connecticut’s leaders must continue to defend and advance reproductive health, rights, and justice
The Supreme Court issued a shameful ruling today overturning Roe v. Wade. Abortion remains a legal right in Connecticut.
In the legislature
H.B. 5248, An Act Concerning the Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions on Occupational Licenses
House Bill 5248 is the opportunity for Connecticut to require job licensure boards to make a determination based on a person, not a background check result. We will all benefit if we stop blocking people’s access to employment solely based on that person’s criminal record.