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  1. Where Do the 12th Congressional District Candidates Stand on Civil Rights and Liberties Issues

    May 30, 2014Press releaseAbortion Access, Religious Freedom, Privacy, Prisons & Jails, Police & Law Enforcement, Government Transparency, , Immigrants' Rights, Free Speech & Expression, Voting Rights, , Discrimination, Speech, Privacy & Technology, Criminal Legal System,
  2. Ed Barocas, an NJ Legal Giant, Retires as ACLU-NJ Legal Director

    October 16, 2018Press releaseAbortion Access, Religious Freedom, Privacy, Prisons & Jails, Police & Law Enforcement, Government Transparency, , LGBTQ+ Rights, Immigrants' Rights, Free Speech & Expression, Voting Rights, , Discrimination, Speech, Privacy & Technology, Criminal Legal System, , Students' & Youth Rights
  3. Disclosure Bill Will Invite a Lawsuit If It Becomes Law

    June 10, 2019Press releaseFree Speech & Expression, Voting Rights, Speech, Privacy & Technology
  4. Law Requiring Nonprofits to Disclose Private Supporter Information Will Not Be Enforced, in First Amendment Victory

    March 11, 2020Press releaseSpeech, Privacy & Technology, Free Speech & Expression
  5. Court Upholds Right to Challenge NYPD Surveillance Program

    October 13, 2015Press releaseSpeech, Privacy & Technology, Religious Freedom, Free Speech & Expression, Privacy
  6. Gov. Chris Christie gets D+ in Civil Rights and Liberties from ACLU-NJ

    June 9, 2014Press releaseStudents' & Youth Rights, Abortion Access, Religious Freedom, Privacy, Prisons & Jails, Police & Law Enforcement, Government Transparency, LGBTQ+ Rights, Free Speech & Expression, Voting Rights, Discrimination, Speech, Privacy & Technology, Immigrants' Rights, Criminal Legal System
  7. Gov. Christie Earns Mixed Marks on Civil Liberties During His First Two Years

    January 24, 2012Press releaseAbortion Access, Religious Freedom, Speech, Privacy & Technology, Police & Law Enforcement, Government Transparency, LGBTQ+ Rights, Free Speech & Expression
  8. Activists, represented by the ACLU-NJ, Win Dismissal of Order Restraining Protests Outside County Executive’s House

    June 10, 2022Press releaseDemocracy & Civic Engagement, Free Speech & Expression, Speech, Privacy & Technology