TFN and the ACLU of Texas together have launched Texans Equal Under Law, an initiative that opposes HB 3567.Read More
Religious freedom is the birthright of every Texan and protected by the Constitution. But some state politicians are promoting Indiana-style "religious refusal" laws that would allow people to use religion as a weapon. Help stop discrimination in Texas.
On Saturday, May 2 join us in Dilly, Texas to protest the shameful practice of family detention run by the federal governmentâ€™s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Have you or has someone you know been harassed and mistreated by Customs and Border Protection? If so, please tell us about the experience.
The coalition supports policies that restore trust in Texans to make their own reproductive health care decisions, respect for health care professionals and access to safe, timely abortion care.
We joined a diverse statewide coalition of Texans who are committed to demonstrating true Texas values and protecting all Texans from discrimination.
We joined a diverse coalition of groups to support criminal justice reforms that will make the system more just and, at the same time, improve public safety for all Texans.
Freedom of speech, of the press, of association, of assembly and petition â€” this set of guarantees, protected by the First Amendment, comprises what we refer to as freedom of expression. Know your rights and what to do if you're stopped by police.
The ACLU of Texas is the premier advocate for civil rights and individual liberty in the Lone Star State. To defend the Constitution and keep America safe and free, we need the support of every Texan who cares about protecting our precious civil liberties.
Officially request legal help from an ACLU of Texas attorney. If you are concerned about whether the time for bringing your complaint is about to pass, you should consult with an attorney of your choice.
Major civil rights organizations are disappointed by the decision of some pastors and community leaders to continue their legal pursuit of the repeal of HERO.
Civil liberties groups warned today that Texas lawmakers are leading the way on a strategy to subvert a potential U.S. Supreme Court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments today in cases that challenge laws in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee.