The District of Columbia is home to many employees of the federal and D.C. governments, as well as the agencies that employ them. These agencies are bound by the Constitution even when acting as an employer. The ACLU of the District of Columbia fights for the rights of government employees to equal protection of the laws, to speak out about matters of public concern, and to fair disciplinary procedures that comport with the Constitution.
Government Employees' Rights
Kirton v. Mayorkas – Challenging Overly an Narrow Interpretation of Federal Employment Discrimination LawMay 12, 2021
- December 18, 2020
United States v. Bolton – Federal Government Seeks Prior Restraint Against Former National Security Advisor’s BookJune 22, 2020
- October 4, 2019
- October 31, 2018
Guffey v. Duff - Defending Political Speech and Association Rights of Administrative Employees of the Federal Court SystemMay 31, 2018