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We will continue to fight for those immigrants left unprotected, as well as the residents of our border communities, who continue to face life amidst the tools and language of war.
A decision on October 8, 2014, by the U.S. Supreme Court temporarily blocked enforcement of a provision of Texasâ€™s notoriously strict abortion law that had already closed all but eight clinics in the state.
The ACLU Nationwide and the ACLU of Texas worked with his school district last week to make sure they understood Joshua has the legal right to form a club with GSA in the name and talk about LGBT issues.
Comment on Inter-American Commission on Human Rights Preliminary Findings on U.S. Treatment of Unaccompanied Children and Families
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced today that it will open and operate a new family detention center in Dilley, Texas in response to the influx of families apprehended along the southwest border.
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.
The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights should investigate the Austin ISD for unlawful sex and racial discrimination against students in two of the cityâ€™s lowest-income middle schools.
If the final provision goes into effect, after September 1, only seven clinics will remain open. Read the oral history â€“ and join the #FightBackTX campaign! (links to fightbacktx.com)
Tell Governor Perry to show mercy and exercise his power to grant Max Soffar clemency.
Max has spent the last 34 years on death row for crimes he didn't commit. The State of Texas knows this and refuses to act.