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Here’s what happened in Connecticut’s 2018 legislative session

Connecticut’s 2018 legislative session ended on May 9. This session, the ACLU of Connecticut weighed in with testimony on more than 80 bills. We advocated to support some positive bills and opposed threats to civil liberties that would have taken our state backward.

May 10, 2018

2018 Session Update One: The Good, the Bad, and the Complicated

In a week when the ACLU of Connecticut weighed in with testimony on 13 bills, we saw: some good, pro-civil liberties bills that we support; some dangerous, anti-civil liberties proposals that we oppose; and some bills that are well-intentioned but need work.

March 2, 2018

2018 Legislative Preview

Connecticut's legislative session starts on February 7. Here's what's ahead, including efforts to require transparency about police uses of force and police attempts to acquire military equipment, rein in civil asset forfeiture, and more.

January 26, 2018 Police Accountability Criminal Justice

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