- Registrants cannot live or work within 1,000 feet of a school.
The ACLU of Michigan announced today a federal lawsuit against the Flint police for placing a disabled child, Cameron McCadden, in handcuffs when he was seven years old.
ACLU, NAACP Legal Defense Fund Settle Tax Foreclosure Case, Enabling Low-Income Detroiters in Foreclosure to Keep Their Homes for $1,000
Eligible Detroit homeowners must apply immediately to be approved by July 13 deadline to stay in their homes for a cost of $1,000, according to a legal settlement the Detroit City Council approved.
The right to vote is at risk for many in Michigan – and your state representative is to blame. Right now, they are poised to quickly pass dangerous legislation intended to restrict and suppress access to the ballot box.
State Court of Claims Judge Cynthia Diane Stephens ruled it unconstitutional for the State of Michigan to use public tax dollars to fund private schools, following legal action brought by the ACLU of Michigan, public education leaders and parent groups across the state.
ACLU Urges Utica School to Rescind Ban on Political Signs at Student Protests and to Apologize to Suspended Gun Reform Advocates
Today the ACLU of Michigan sent a letter to Utica Academy for International Studies urging school officials to rescind a rule barring students from holding “political” signs during demonstrations against gun violence.