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Legally registered voters are frantically contacting the ACLU after receiving a letter from Sec. of State Scott Gessler asking them to either supply proof of their citizenship or remove themselves from the voter rolls.
Douglas Co. School District lifts order prohibiting journalist from attending school board meetings Full Story >
Under pressure from the ACLU of Colorado, the Douglas County School District lifted its order prohibiting journalist and videographer Brian Malone from attending school board meetings.
ACLU congratulates Arapahoe County Sheriff for his positive response to ACLU's July 16 letter criticizing "Gypsy scams" alert
ACLU-CO’s Boulder Chapter scored a victory yesterday when the City of Boulder chose to drop a proposed ordinance requiring permits for demonstrations. Thanks to our Boulder friends for speaking up and saying no!
Change can be slow. The legal process takes time, and getting an unconstitutional policy changed in 48 hours is almost unheard of. But that’s exactly what ACLU intern Lisa Faye Petak was able to do last week.
Despite attempts at voter suppression -- in Colorado and throughout the country -- there are indicators of youthful and energizing support for the democratic process.
The ACLU has demanded that Arapahoe Sheriff's Office rescind an alert on "gypsy scams" that has the potential to result in racial profiling and harassment of persons based on their physical appearance.
The Supreme Court decision that reinstates Arizona's "show me your papers" provision stands to codify discrimination and encourage widespread racial profiling.