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  1. ACLU Comment on Closure of Decaying and Dangerous Jail Building in Baltimore

    July 30, 2015Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, Racial Justice, Disability Rights, Due Process, Prisoners' Rights, 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. ACLU of Maryland Applauds Passage of Immigration Reform In Congress

    June 27, 2013Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, Racial Justice, Police Practices, Due Process, Prisoners' Rights
  5. ACLU Heralds Signing of Bills Expanding Rights

    May 2, 2013Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, Racial Justice, Due Process, Voting Rights and Elections, Prisoners' Rights, Criminal Justice
  6. ACLU Calls for Immigration Reform that Respects the Civil Rights of All

    April 19, 2013Press releaseImmigrants' Rights, Privacy & Technology, Racial Justice, Police Practices, Due Process, Prisoners' Rights
  7. 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
  8. HB 1308 - State and Local Correctional Facilities - Undocumented Immigrants - Transfer to United States Department of Homeland Security (Keep Our Communities Safe Act of 2018)

    May 16, 2018LegislationImmigrants' Rights, Prisoners' Rights

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