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Congresswoman Waters: The Trump Administration Must Face Consequences for Violating Court Orders to Reunify Families
August 16, 2018
Congresswoman Maxine Waters (CA-43), Ranking Member of the House Financial Services Committee, issued the following statement on the Trump administration’s failure to meet the court-ordered deadlines to reunite children with their parents. As of August 10, 500 children remain separated from their parents. ... read more »
ACLU Veteran Laura Murphy Leads Facebook’s Discrimination Audit 
July 5, 2018
Civil rights beacon and ACLU veteran Laura Murphy laughed when she said that one of her co-workers called her, “The Olivia Pope of the Tech World.”  ... read more »
The Geneva Cooley Story 
March 8, 2018
70-Year-Old Woman Sentenced to Life for Drugs    ... read more »
Lois Catherine Banks Richard
February 22, 2018
Throughout her life, Lois was known for her brilliant mind, excellent writing skills and her commitment to serving under-represented children and communities.  ... read more »
City Officials Consider Changes in Gang Injunction Enforcement
July 27, 2017
Los Angeles officials are considering making significant changes to the way they enforce gang injunctions in response to a lawsuit that accused the city of violating the constitutional rights of thousands of people, a newspaper reported on July 21, citing court documents recently made public. ... read more »
Time to Decriminalize Drug Use and Possession says new report
July 13, 2017
A new report by the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) says the time is ripe to change drug laws. ... read more »
Governor Brown signs Mitchell bill allowing contraceptives for prison inmates on request
September 14, 2016
State prison inmates will soon have the right to request and obtain contraceptives ... read more »
Judge Sides with Civil Rights Group in Lawsuit Over Los Angeles County Seal
April 14, 2016
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors' decision to add a cross over the San Gabriel Mission on the county's official seal was unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled last week. A civil rights group sued the Board of Supervisors in February 2014, challenging the constitutionality of the panel's decision to restore the cross nearly 10 years after legal wrangling prompted its removal from the county seal. ... read more »
Judge Hears Arguments in Lawsuit Over Los Angeles County Seal
November 18, 2015
A federal judge heard arguments last Friday but made no decision in a legal flap over the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors’ decision last year to add a cross over the San Gabriel Mission on the county’s official seal. ... read more »
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