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A collaborative effort between the ACLU of Colorado and the Colorado Department of Corrections has ended the policy of using punitive restraints on non-violent, compliant inmates.
ACLU Urges Roaring Fork School Board to Stop School Resource Officers from Collaborating with ICE Full Story >
The ACLU of Colorado has urged the Roaring Fork School Board to end the current practice of School Resource Officers collaborating with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement.
Instead of ensuring that Coloradans can vote, our Secretary of State is taking the unprecedented step of spending public money to keep the public from voting.
The ACLU of Colorado has joined a coalition in support of a 2012 ballot initiative to end marijuana prohibition in Colorado.
This week, the country reflects on the 10-year anniversary of the devastating attacks of September 11, 2001. All told, nearly 3,000 people died. What happened can never be diminished. We all lost something that day – loved ones, innocence, trust, freedoms.
ACLU Files Amicus Brief On Behalf Of First Amendment Rights Of CU Professor Ward Churchill Full Story >
Today the ACLU of Colorado filed an amicus brief in the Colorado Supreme Court case of Ward Churchill, who was fired from the University of Colorado at Boulder for exercising his right to free speech.
If the two officers who were fired for beating Michael DeHerrera and then covering it up will once again patrol the streets of Denver, their reinstatement is more than an insult to the residents of our city; it is a threat.
International Commission Finds United States Denied Justice to Colorado Domestic Violence Survivor Full Story >
An international tribunal has found the U.S. government responsible for human rights violations against a Colorado woman and her three deceased children who were victims of domestic violence.
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.