Monthly Archives: July 2007

ACLU Case on Behalf of the Poor Featured on Colbert Report

In his July 23 episode of the Colbert Report, Stephen Colbert featured a segment on San Diego County’s “Project 100%”, sarcastically joking that “our constitutional rights are like precious diamonds-if we want to keep them precious, we have to keep…

San Diego Pride Parade

Join our ACLU contingent as we march to celebrate more than 70 years of ACLU activism on LGBT issues. The first 30 marchers with the ACLU will get a free t-shirt! Since the 1930s, the ACLU has been integrally involved…

ACLU Marches with Pride!

July 21, 2007 San Diego – The ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties marched in a high-energy, extremely successful San Diego Pride Parade through the uptown neighborhood of Hillcrest. As the contingent passed the first reviewing stand, the announcer…

New York Times Profiles Important ACLU San Diego Case

In what the ACLU calls a violation of the poor’s rights to due process, privacy, and freedom from unreasonable searches, we challenged a San Diego County program in Sanchez v. County of San Diego that requires people applying for county…

Vista Privacy Case OpEd in San Diego Union-Tribune

July 16, 2007 The following op-ed in today’s San Diego Union-Tribune lays out the legal arguments and constitutional principles in our recent court challenge to the disclosure of the names of private individuals forced by the City of Vista to…