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The ACLU of Utah Reporter: Winter 2012

31 December 2011 Published in Newsletters
January 2012 - In this issue: Power Of The People! The 2012 Bill of Rights Celebration with keynote speaker Dr. Spencer Overton: On The Hill: 2012 Legislative Priorities; "Show Me Your Papers" Law Faces Second Suit; Protecting the Right to Dance; Protecting the Right to Occupy; Polygamy, Peyote and the Pledge of Allegiance; and, the ACLU Of Utah Board of Directors Download the Newsletter (PDF) >>>    

The ACLU of Utah Reporter: Fall 2011

22 September 2011 Published in Newsletters
"Show You What Papers?" - The Unconstitutionality of HB 497; ACLU Report Exposes Constitutionally Inadequate Indigent Defense System; UDOT Requirement Impedes Free Speech; ACLU Challenges Unconstitutional Jail Policy; Details on Cell Phone Tracking Sought; Lawsuit Seeks to Maintain Free Speech on the Internet; Faces of the ACLU - 2011 Bill of Rights Celebration; ACLU of Utah Immigrants Rights Project in Action; Frequently Asked Questions about Utah's HB 497, "Show Me Your Papers" Law; and more! Download the Newsletter (PDF) >>

The ACLU of Utah Reporter: Spring 2011

21 March 2011 Published in Newsletters
In this issue: People, power & passion take center stage May 11, for the annual Bill of Rights Celebration; The Hill: 2011 legislative report; Unconstitutional ban on e-signatures prompts lawsuit; Victory in case challenging constitutionality of charging fees for evidence; Ban on “boobies” bracelets violates students free speech; Utah Supreme Court to define abortion; 2011 Youth Activist Scholarship winners; Get your ACLU pride on! Download the Newsletter (PDF) >>

The ACLU of Utah Reporter: Winter 2010

19 January 2010 Published in Newsletters
Big Brother is Watching: Surveillance Cameras in Utah; Three New Members Join Board of Directors; Introducing the Enriching Utah Coalition; How Has Life in Utah Changed Since SB81; Immigration Issues in the Arts; Immigration-related Legislation in the upcoming session; The ACLU on the Hill: Priorities for the 2010 Utah Legislative Session; New Legal Director Joins ACLU of Utah; Civilian Review Boards Offer Community Oversight of Police; National ACLU Rallies to Fill $20 Million Budget Gap; ACLU Supporters in Utah Responding With Donations Read the Newsletter (PDF) >>  

The ACLU of Utah Reporter: Fall 2009

08 October 2009 Published in Newsletters
The fall edition of our newsletter includes: Proposed Anti-Panhandling Ordinance Raises Constitutional Concerns; Utah Fusion Center: Trading Privacy for Security; Immigrants’ Rights are Your Rights, too!; Reforming Indigent Defense in Utah; Beyond the Division; ACLU Challenges Patents on Breast Cancer Genes; Staff Changes at the ACLU of Utah; Shackling Pregnant Inmates: “Cruel and Unusual Punishment”; End Invasive Body Scans at Airport; and more! ACLU of Utah Newsletter 2009

The ACLU of Utah Reporter: Winter 2009

28 January 2009 Published in Newsletters
In This Edition: Rachel Maddow to Headline 2009 Bill of Rights Dinner; Indigent Defense in Utah Investigated; Join the ACLU of Utah at Plan B’s Block 8; Challenging the Detention of Immigrant Children; Four New Members Add Diversity and Experience to Board of Directors; Welcome to Barbara Szweda; Why Immigration? And more! Read the Newsletter (PDF) >>   

The ACLU of Utah Reporter - Fall 2008

15 September 2008 Published in Newsletters
In this Issue: Discriminatory Workers Compensation Proposal Raises Concerns • Welcome to William Carlson, Our New Public Policy Advocate! • Immigration Hearing Offers One Sided Perspective• Controversial Provo Ordinance Proposal Draws ACLU Ire • Empowering Voters By Protecting Elections • Learning and Lobbying at the ACLU Membership Conference • Protecting Rights of Transgender Inmates ... and more. Read the Newsletter (PDF) >>

ACLU of Utah Reporter: Fall 2005

26 October 2005 Published in Newsletters
Inside this issue: ACLU Forum: Domestic Partnership Benefits for City Employees; Divine Design; ACLU of Utah Files Amicus Brief on Behalf of Transgender Employee; Frequently Asked Questions on Student Privacy, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, and the No Child Left Behind Act; ACLU of Utah Joins Lawsuit Challenging Raids of Concerts and Violation of Free Speech; Utah State Tax Commission Approves Personalized License Plates with Gay-Positive Messages; From Our National Office; ACLU of Utah Membership Business; About the ACLU of Utah

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