Bill to Restore Vote for People on Parole and Probation Advances, But NJ Needs to Include Incarcerated People
A bill restoring voting rights for people on parole and probation advances to a full vote, but incarcerated people need that right, too.
Days after plan announced to push ballot question to legalize marijuana, nearly 2,000 signers from NJ’s 21 counties demanded legislation that centers racial and social justice.
Ballot measure delays justice, adds red tape, and doesn't guarantee racial or social justice
ACLU-NJ’s data brief finds 3-to-1 disparity in Black-white arrest rates for marijuana possession has persisted, and arrest numbers have soared.
With Election Day over, and the lame session officially here, advocates with the ACLU of New Jersey hope to send a message to the New Jersey Legislature: Don’t end this session with unfinished business.
Following Push by Advocates, New Ordinance Proposes Civilian Oversight of Troubled Essex County Jail
In a step toward greater accountability, civilian oversight panel would be able to investigate all aspects of the jail and would be required to include a formerly incarcerated person and advocates for incarcerated people.
Court ruling halts enforcement of legislation that forces social welfare nonprofits to divulge supporters’ information.
NJ will end NJ participation in a costly, discriminatory program that compromises public safety and rights
The ACLU-NJ & national ACLU sued over a law requiring social welfare organizations to disclose donors' personal information.
Sonia Doe has been improperly confined for 17 months in men's prisons.
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