Monthly Archives: August 2007

ACLU Sues U.S. Government over Untenable Delays in Naturalization

SAN DIEGO—In a case that could help thousands of lawful permanent residents become American citizens, the ACLU, ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties, and DLA Piper today filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of four long-time, lawful permanent…

Thanks to ACLU, California’s Low-Performing Schools Are Improving

A new study has found that California’s lowest-performing schools are improving as a result of the 2004 settlement of Williams v. California, an ACLU lawsuit targeting the poor conditions of our state’s schools. Schools are repairing their facilities, hiring and…

On Government Compelled Speech

The First Amendment does not allow government to compel its rank and file employees to affirm any religious belief, associate with any political party, or support any viewpoint or cause with which they disagree. Just as you have the freedom…