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Denver's proposal to criminalize homelessness opposed by civil libertarians
Colorado over-uses solitary confinement, especially for prisoners who are mentally ill. But things are changing.
Roaring Fork School Board Taking Steps to limit school resource officer collaborations with ICE Full Story >
ACLU legal advocacy results in steps to limit ICE involvement in Roaring Fork schools.
Attend the Annual Meeting. Be a part of the ACLU of Colorado's efforts to protect, defend and expand civil liberties and civil rights in 2012; our 60th Anniversary Year.
Call your Council member to ensure Denver gets a new monitor.
Case affirmed that Colorado's criminal libel statute could not serve as a basis for punishing any of the constitutionally-protected expression in The Howling Pig.
ACLU settles racial profiling, illegal search suit; New police policies, training results Full Story >
ACLU of Colorado attorneys settle federal federal lawsuit on behalf a man who spent days in jail and lost his job after alleged racial profiling and false allegation that he was holding a fake ID.
Support the work of the ACLU of Colorado on Colorado Gives Day December 6
Legal Advocacy supports right of reporters to bring paper and pens into the courtroom.
Super Lawyer; Former Vice-Presidential Staffer Denise Maes Named Public Policy Director at ACLU of Colorado Full Story >
Denise Maes, who is leaving the Office of Vice President Joseph Biden to become Public Policy Director at the ACLU of Colorado, has the vision and experience to continue our ambitious public policy work.