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08.19.2013 Victories Around the State; New Staff; and a Fond Farewell
06.07.2013 Herman's House; War on Marijuana; Immigrants Rights & More
04.11.2013 Legislative Preview for 2013; Parish Jails around Lousiana; New Development Director
03.1.2013 Honoring Civil Rights leader Dr. Raphael Cassimere, Jr.; Introducing Legislative Action Alerts; LGBTQ Estate Planning seminar in New Orleans
01.31.2013 Super Bowl vs. First Amendment in New Orleans; Curfew settlement reached in Ville Platte; Welcome to newly elected Board members


12.14.2012 Denham Springs light display is protected speech; ACLU's fight for marriage equality goes to the Supreme Court; Victory for the First Amendment in New Orleans' Jackson Square
10.22.2012 Free Speech Prevails in French Quarter; Lawsuit filed on behalf of man intentionally denied mental health care in jail; Exoneration after 15 years for innocent man in New Orleans; 2013 Ben Smith Award Honoree Anounced
9.05.2012 Hurricane Isaac; Protecting Female Students' Rights in Delhi; Voting Rights in Lake Charles; LGBT Studies at UL-Lafayette; New North Louisiana Staff
7.5.2012 ACLU Responds to Monroe Dress Ordinance; ACLU Releases Report on Troubling Incarceration Rate of the Elderly: Louisiana Spotlighted as Reform Leader; Supreme Court Decision Banning School Prayer Turns 50: ACLU Case Engel v. Vitale Established Protection of First Amendment Rights; ACLU Ready to Fight "Papers Please" : Supreme Court Allows Request for Papers, but not Racial Profiling; ACLU Files Suit Challenging North Carolina Ban on Second Parent Adoptions
5.18.2012 ACLU-Sponsored Parole Eligibility Bill Advances in Louisiana Legislature; ACLU's Immigrant Outreach - Estamos Unidos - Visits Louisiana; ACLU Helps Angola Inmate Get Wheelchair, Keep Dignity; DOJ Slams Gusman for Conditions at OPP; ACLU of LA Director Quoted in New York Times
4.10.2012 Call to Action – Support House Bill 543; Court orders First Amendment trial to go ahead; Race & Reproductive Justice
3.3.2012 First Amendment prevails in two recent victories; St. John Parish Jail cleans up its act