So you can stay ahead of the news, here's a quick look at some of the stories ABC15 will be keeping an eye on Tuesday, June 18. SB1070 APP A new mobile phone application being unveiled by the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona will allow people to easily report abuses of SB1070 and to better understand their rights.
A federal lawsuit says Indiana's social services agency has made changes to Medicaid waiver programs that threaten to deprive thousands of developmentally disabled people of income they need to survive outside of institutions.
In the months following the October 2001, passage of the Patriot Act, there was a heated public debate about the very provision of the law that we now know the government is using to vacuum up phone records of American citizens on a massive scale.
Dot Scott, president of the Charleston Branch of the NAACP, speaks at a press conference on a recent study by the ACLU that African Americans charged with marijuana possession South Carolina were 2.8 per cent higher than their white counterparts, as Rev.
June 17 - The U.S. Supreme Court announced today that it will hear arguments in a case interpreting the anti-discrimination provisions of the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
Many liberals who cheered when the civil-rights organization filed a suit against the NSA hate the decision in Citizens United .
All was right with the world for Mark Harrison . After being unemployed for years, he finally got a job and was anxious to get to work.
The Supreme Court has struck down a controversial Voter ID law in Arizona, an action the ACLU has declared as a "victory."
The House Judiciary Committee, dominated by Republican men who still have not learned to avoid the subject of rape and pregnancy, took up the issue of abortion last week.
On Wednesday, CJR and the ACLU co-hosted a panel at Washington, DC's Newseum on how journalists can better cover same-sex marriage.
The following remarks were given by Laura Murphy, director of the ACLU's Washington Legislative Office, at Sen. Rand Paul's press conference yesterday announcing his intention to sue the government to stop NSA surveillance of Americans' communications.
Dogged by fear and confusion about sweeping spy programs, intelligence officials sought to convince House lawmakers in an unusual briefing Tuesday that the government's years-long collection of phone records and Internet usage is necessary for protecting Americans - and does not trample on their privacy rights.
A psychiatric patient has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit in Nevada accusing state officials of giving him a one-way bus ticket to Northern California, where he arrived, scared and disoriented, without money and identification in a city where he didn't know anyone and had never been.
Mississippi stands to be caught in the crossfire of what could be one of the most high-profile cases since Brown v.
A black person in Pennsylvania is more than five times more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than a white person, according to an ACLU study.
Marriage Equality USA can hold a rally outside Fresno's City Hall when the U.S. Supreme Court rules on California's ban of same-sex marriage.