The ACLU filed a friend of the court brief with the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago arguing that the Fourth Amendment requires law enforcement officials to get a warrant before they may obtain information about the location of a suspect’s cell phone from the suspect’s cell phone company.
We are pleased that the city of Madison has recognized that all  its residents – even homeless ones – have free speech rights. The message they convey, about their needs and their destitution, may be disturbing to some, but they have the constitutional right to convey that message.
Two Wisconsin school boards are under pressure to remove books from their schools.  We urge them to stand strong!
The ACLU of Wisconsin strongly opposes a bill being circulated in the state legislature that would require local schools to forbid transgender students from using restrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity. By singling out transgender youth for discriminatory treatment, this bill would subject vulnerable students to further...
Allowing a Lake Michigan water diversion to enable continued unrestrained sprawl and job migration will have the inevitable effect of perpetuating racial and economic segregation in the region, to the clear disadvantage of persons of color, especially African-Americans.
Government Needs a Warrant To Get Cell Phone Location Data, ACLU Says In Brief to Appeals Court
Applauding Madison Decision to Stop Criminalizing Homeless Persons
Wisconsin is better than banning books
Do Not Discriminate Against Transgender Students!
Racial Justice Groups Oppose Water Diversion to Waukesha
Racial Justice Through Marijuana Decriminalization
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