Monthly Archives: December 2013

La ley TRUST: una ley sin precedente espera reducir las deportaciones en California

La Ley TRUST, una ley histórica que se espera reducirá las deportaciones en el estado de California y restaurará la confianza en la policía local, entrará en vigor este miércoles, 01 de enero, junto con otras medidas pro-inmigrantes. Se espera…

ACLU Comment on Ruling in NSA Lawsuit

WASHINGTON – A federal court ruled today that the NSA’s mass call-tracking program violates the Constitution. The lawsuit was filed in Washington by activist Larry Klayman. The American Civil Liberties Union is currently litigating a similar legal challenge in New…

Federal Judge Orders Removal of Improper Government Religious Display on Mt. Soledad

SAN DIEGO – A federal judge, the Hon. Larry A. Burns, issued an order from the bench today declaring that the government’s display of a 43-foot Latin cross on Mt. Soledad in California violates the Establishment Clause of the Constitution….

Mourning—but Celebrating—Nelson Mandela

  American Civil Liberties Union Executive Director Anthony D. Romero’s statement on the death of Nelson Mandela:  The ACLU mourns the death of Nelson Mandela, the revered international symbol of freedom who meant so much to people across the world,…

Merry Christmas from the ACLU!

  Every year at about this time, the ACLU begins receiving scores of Christmas cards, generally unsigned, almost always without return addresses.  Many are simple and nice.  But some call on us to have a “Merry Christmas—whether you like it…