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School administrators violate Colorado law, constitutional rights by searching students' text messages Full Story >
Administrators at Monarch High School are committing felonies under Colorado law and violating students’ privacy by seizing students’ cell phones, reading their text messages, and making transcriptions to place in students’ permanent files, according to a letter sent today by the ACLU of Colorado to the Boulder Valley School District Board of Education.
ACLU and ACLU of Colorado urge University of Colorado Board of Regents not to fire Professor Ward Churchill Full Story >
In an open letter to the University of Colorado Board of Regents released today, the ACLU and the ACLU of Colorado urged the Board to reject the recommendation of CU President Hank Brown to terminate Professor Ward Churchill.
The ACLU of Colorado announced today a tentative agreement to resolve a lawsuit its attorneys filed against Denver police officer Timothy Scudder earlier this year.
Citing constitutional protections of expression, the ACLU of Colorado announced today that its attorneys will to go court to defend Mike Mahaney, an Englewood shop owner whose mural depicting an Alice in Wonderland scene has prompted controversy and citations for allegedly violating the City’s sign code.
ACLU national office sues White House staffers for ejecting Denver residents from Bush event Full Story >
The ACLU said it is clear from the manual that the aim of the White House policy is to keep people who are critical of the president away from him and from the news media.
ACLU national office sues Jeppesen Dataplan Inc. for its alleged involvement in the CIA's extraordinary rendition program Full Story >
The ACLU national office targets Jeppesen Dataplan Inc., a Colorado-based Boeing subsidiary, for allegedly providing flight support for the CIA's extraordinary rendition program.
ACLU of Colorado announces settlement with Denver on behalf of student jailed for requesting police officer’s business card Full Story >
Today the ACLU settled with Denver over the arrest and imprisonment of a student who was forced to spend a night in jail simply for asking for a police officer’s business card.
ACLU and National Abortion Federation Criticize Decision by U.S. Supreme Court Upholding Federal Abortion Ban Full Story >
The American Civil Liberties Union and the National Abortion Federation (NAF) today sharply criticized a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court upholding a federal law banning certain abortions.
For the third year in a row, the ACLU of Colorado's nominee for the national ACLU Youth Activist Scholarship--this year Ryan Brown--has been selected to receive the $4,000 award.
The American Civil Liberties Union today filed a complaint against three White House staffers for illegally ejecting Denver residents from a taxpayer-funded town hall with President Bush, even though they had done nothing to disrupt the event.