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Denver has agreed to pay $200,000 and make changes in police policy and training to settle an ACLU lawsuit filed in the wake of an indiscriminate mass arrest during the 2008 Democratic National Convention.
The ACLU took action today against a Jefferson County public charter school that fired a teacher for asserting her right to pump breast milk while at work.
A district court ruled that a voucher plan adopted by the Douglas County School District violates the Colorado Constitution by diverting taxpayer money to pay students’ tuition at primarily religious, private schools.
Just days after an ACLU letter demanded that the Gypsum Post Office stop violating Griselda Duarte’s First Amendment right to receive mail delivery by denying her the right to rent a post office box, Ms. Duarte received her P.O. Box and key.
The ACLU demands that the Gypsum Post Office stop discriminating against Latino residents who apply to rent a post office box.
ACLU of Colorado settles lawsuit asserting prisoner’s constitutional right to outdoor exercise Full Story >
For the first time in 15 years, Colorado death-row prisoner Nathan Dunlap will have the opportunity to exercise regularly in an area that is open to the sky and the elements.
The ACLU of Colorado will be moving offices this weekend. Our office will be closed on Friday, July 22 and reopen on Monday, June 25 at 9am.
Attorneys for the ACLU and Americans United for Separation of Church and State filed a motion on behalf of a group of plaintiffs who represent Douglas County parents, other taxpayers and faith leaders, asking the court to immediately end the voucher program.
ACLU and Americans United File Lawsuit To Block Voucher Plan That Would Fund Religious Schools in Colorado Full Story >
The ACLU and others filed suit against the Douglas County School District's voucher program, which violates state law by funneling tax dollars allocated for public education to private religious schools.
ACLU Executive Director Ray Drew calls upon the Denver mayoral candidates to commit to making law enforcement reform their administration's number one priority, and demonstrate that commitment by meeting with representatives of a broad coalition of concerned community members.