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  1. Legislature Approves Bill to Restore Voting Rights to 40,000 Marylanders

    April 13, 2015Press releaseRacial Justice, Voting Rights and Elections, Criminal Justice
  2. ACLU of Maryland Executive Director to be Inducted into Maryland Women's Hall of Fame

    March 20, 2014Press releaseEducation, Housing Segregation and Economic Mobility, Immigrants' Rights, Free Speech, LGBTQ+ Rights, Privacy & Technology, Safe and Free, Education Funding, School Facilities, Student Achievement, Racial Justice, Disability Rights, Police Practices, Open Government, Youth Rights, Due Process, Voting Rights and Elections, Religious Liberty, Prisoners' Rights, Juvenile Justice, Criminal Justice, Gender and Sexuality Rights, School Climate
  3. ACLU of Maryland Announces 2014 Legislative Priorities

    January 8, 2014Press releaseEducation, Housing Segregation and Economic Mobility, Immigrants' Rights, Free Speech, LGBTQ+ Rights, Privacy & Technology, Safe and Free, Education Funding, School Facilities, Student Achievement, Racial Justice, Disability Rights, Police Practices, Open Government, Youth Rights, Due Process, Voting Rights and Elections, Religious Liberty, Prisoners' Rights, Juvenile Justice, Criminal Justice, Gender and Sexuality Rights, School Climate
  4. Coalition Condemns Supreme Court Decision in Shelby County v Holder

    June 25, 2013Press releaseRacial Justice, Voting Rights and Elections
  5. ACLU Urges DOJ to Reopen Wicomico Voting Rights Challenge

    May 9, 2013Press releaseRacial Justice, Voting Rights and Elections
  6. ACLU Heralds Signing of Bills Expanding Rights

    May 2, 2013Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, Racial Justice, Due Process, Voting Rights and Elections, Prisoners' Rights, Criminal Justice
  7. ACLU Testifies in Support of Same-Day Registration, Early Voting Expansion

    February 21, 2013Press releaseRacial Justice, Voting Rights and Elections
  8. 2012 Legislative Priorities

    January 11, 2012Press releaseEducation, Housing Segregation and Economic Mobility, Immigrants' Rights, Free Speech, LGBTQ+ Rights, Privacy & Technology, Safe and Free, Education Funding, School Facilities, Student Achievement, Racial Justice, Disability Rights, Police Practices, Open Government, Youth Rights, Due Process, Voting Rights and Elections, Religious Liberty, Prisoners' Rights, Juvenile Justice, Criminal Justice, Gender and Sexuality Rights, Reproductive Freedom, School Climate
  9. Civil Rights Groups Take Stand for Maryland's 'Prisoners of the Census' Redistricting Law

    November 18, 2011Press releaseRacial Justice, Voting Rights and Elections

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