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ACLU-DC Commends D.C. Council’s Judiciary Committee for Advancing Fare Evasion Decriminalization Bill
WASHINGTON – The ACLU of the District of Columbia applauds the Committee on the Judiciary and Public Safety of the D.C. Council for advancing Bill 22-408, the Fare Evasion Decriminalization Amendment Act of 2017, out of committee.
The Attorney General's office usually represents D.C. Police officers in lawsuits. The officer also denies most of what is portrayed in the video.
The ACLU-DC and the law firm of Arnold & Porter filed a lawsuit today against the D.C. Housing Authority for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the D.C. Human Rights Act on behalf of Evelyn Arthur, a 77-year-old deaf resident of Claridge Towers, a DCHA property.
Today a federal judge granted a preliminary injunction barring the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (AOUSC) from enforcing new rules that prohibits AOUSC employees from engaging in a broad range of political speech and activities.
A federal court judge has blocked the government's deportation of immigrants fleeing domestic violence and gang brutality.
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