Posts Tagged ACLU
ACLU Complaint: Medical Practice Fired Two Women Because of Race
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on October 7, 2019
Federal anti-discrimination laws that protect workers often don’t apply to employees of small businesses. But a rarely used Virginia state law does. Now the ACLU of Virginia has taken up a case, in part, to show employees of small businesses that they also have protections. Mallory Noe-Payne reports.
ACLU Joins Call for More Information on How Virginia Handles Solitary Confinement
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on January 10, 2019
Democratic lawmakers and the ACLU of Virginia are pushing for more information on how the state uses solitary confinement. Mallory Noe-Payne has details.
Challenge to Massive Surveillance Program Headed to Virginia Supreme Court
Posted by dmjones101 in Virginia's News on August 2, 2017
You’ve seen them on top of police cruisers across Virginia, license plate readers — constantly tracking your whereabouts and feeding your local police department with information about where you have been and when you were there. Now a lawsuit is challenging that. Michael Pope has details.
Virginia Transgender Teen’s Case Will Go to Supreme Court
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on October 31, 2016
A transgender teen from Virginia will be fighting to use the bathroom of his choice in front of the Supreme Court. Mallory Noe-Payne reports.
ACLU Report Claims Majority of Virginia Prosecutor Elections Are Uncontested
Posted by Payton Knobeloch in Virginia's News on June 17, 2016
Prosecutors in Virginia are elected to four-year terms. But that doesn’t necessarily mean they have to do much campaigning. As Michael Pope tells us, a new report from the ACLU of Virginia says the vast majority of these elections are uncontested.