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ACLU lawyers sue state troopers who illegally entered Grand Junction home and killed Jason Kemp Full Story >
The ACLU of Colorado filed suit today against the Colorado State Patrol in the wrongful death of an unarmed Grand Junction man who was shot at point-blank range and killed last summer when he refused to allow officers to enter his home without a warrant.
Jefferson County will pay $40,000 to ACLU client Luis Quezada, who spent 47 days illegally imprisoned in 2009 after federal immigration authorities said they wanted to investigate whether he was violating immigration laws.
Under ACLU Pressure, Moffat County School District Rescinds its Ban of Boobies Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelets Full Story >
Yesterday, under pressure from the ACLU, the Moffat County School District announced that students will now be permitted to wear “I ♥ Boobies! Keep a Breast!” bracelets at school without fear of reprisal.
Civil rights and faith leaders unite to call for federal inquiry.
ACLU Demands Moffat County School District Rescind its Ban of Boobies Breast Cancer Awareness Bracelets Full Story >
The ACLU of Colorado demanded that the Moffat County School District rescind its ban against students wearing “I ♥ Boobies! Keep a Breast!” bracelets in support of breast cancer awareness.
The ACLU asked the Colorado Supreme Court to review Boulder’s “no camping” ordinance, which targets homeless residents.
The United States will pay $50,000 to ACLU client Luis Quezada, who was illegally imprisoned in the Jefferson County Jail for 47 days.
The ACLU of Colorado filed a Colorado Open Records Act request today, asking to inspect Dept. of Corrections documents for all prisoners currently held in solitary confinement.
The ACLU today filed a written request asking Denver to release video footage documenting the death of Marvin L. Booker, who was killed while in custody at the Denver Jail.
ACLU supporters across Colorado are calling on Gov. Hickenlooper to take a public stand against locking mentally ill prisoners in solitary confinement.