1/18: ACRU’s amicus brief argued that the district court’s demand for a redrawn legislative map was unreasonable.
The ACRU joined the Pacific Legal Foundation in filing an amicus brief, urging the Supreme Court to grant Brott v. United States, a case about whether property owners are entitled to a jury when the federal government takes their land.
The legal challenges to President Trump’s immigration executive order regarding terror-prone nations should be dismissed from court for all the reasons the U.S. Justice Department explains in its Supreme Court legal brief.
The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals was wrong to strike down Ohio’s voter roll cleanup policy, a brief filed at the U.S. Supreme Court today by the American Civil Rights Union argues.
The First Amendment “cannot be claimed by foreigners on foreign soil.”
U.S. Supreme Court’s opinion striking down health regulations on Texas abortion clinics will harm, not help women, group says.
Texas’ law requiring widely adopted medical clinic safeguards in abortion facilities is constitutionally sound and ensures that women are not victimized by substandard care.
The United States District Court in Del Rio, Texas, has entered a settlement with the ACRU requiring a cleanup of voter rolls in Zavala County, which has more people registered to vote than the age-eligible population of the county.
On Thursday, Nov. 12, the ACRU filed a lawsuit against a fourth Mississippi county for its corrupted voter registration rolls.
Hawaii’s Actions Violate 15th Amendment, Brief States.