Monthly Archives: July 2015

Encinitas Sign Ordinance Unfairly Limits First Amendment Rights

  Two Sign Limit and 30-Day Period Unconstitutionally Restrictive By adopting, maintaining, and enforcing a two-sign limit on yard signs, the City of Encinitas is violating the public’s right to freedom of speech, charges a lawsuit filed in federal district…

Personas con Desórdenes Mentales Pueden Ser Capaces de Regreso a EE.UU

Franco-González v. Holder es una demanda colectiva en nombre de las personas que tienen discapacidades mentales graves y quien detenidas por los procedimientos de inmigración en California, Arizona, o Washington. La Corte ha concedido la aprobación preliminar de un acuerdo…

Final Report on Marijuana Policy: Recommendations before Legalization

  The Blue Ribbon Commission on Marijuana Policy released an extensive report detailing the complexities of marijuana legalization in California today. The report includes fifty-eight recommendations for policy makers and the public to consider before California decides to legalize recreational marijuana…

Jewish War Veterans of the USA v. Hagel

BACKGROUND Since 1990, the ACLU continues to seek a constitutional solution to a long-standing controversy involving the Mt. Soledad Cross, a Christian cross sitting on top of La Jolla’s highest hill, and on public land (first a city-owned park, later “taken”…

Welcome David Trujillo to the ACLU Family!

  David Trujillo has spent his entire career fighting for social justice. He is profoundly experienced in community organizing, political campaigns and the legislative process. David joined the ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties this week as our new advocacy…