News from the ACLU of LA
ACLU of Louisiana to Honor Former Chief Justice Pascal Calogero at Annual Dinner
Former Louisiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Pascal F. Calogero, Jr. will receive the 39th Annual Ben Smith Award from the ACLU of Louisiana. This award honors people who have demonstrated a commitment to the advancement of civil liberties in Louisiana. ♠ Tickets on sale now!
Letter to the St. Martinville Police Department Regarding Mardi Gras Parade
The ACLU of Louisiana delivered an open letter today to St. Martinville Chief of Police Calder Hebert, regarding enforcement of city rules related to the New Comers’ Mardi Gras parade.
Letter to Louisiana Department of Health & Hospitals on "Abortion Licensing Standards" Proposal
The ACLU of Louisiana opposes the proposed Abortion Facilities Licensing Standards. As written, this complete overhaul of the licensing standards appears to be simply an attempt to shut down legally operating healthcare facilities, and to prevent others from opening.
Open Letter Regarding Proselytizing, Harassment And Discrimination Against Student Based Upon Sexual Orientation
The ACLU of Louisiana delivered an open letter today to the Superintendent of East Baton Rouge Schools, the principal of Broadmoor High Schools, and the Director of Transportation for East Baton Rouge Schools, concerning a student who was detained and harassed by a school bus driver in violation of the student's rights.
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