Sarah Smith: Study Calls On Obama to Withdraw Legal Memo That Allows Faith-based Charities to DiscriminateMay 2016
The paper published by Columbia University is signed by a coalition of 15 prominent legal scholars across the country.
Pull Back to RevealOctober 2014
American Empires: The privacy advocate and legal advisor to Edward Snowden on today’s surveillance empire.
Nina Martin: In Healthcare Suit Against Catholic Bishops, the Specter of an Early DefeatMarch 2014
The ACLU’s case against the U.S. Bishops Conference could be thwarted on procedural grounds.
Nina Martin: A Dispute at a Catholic HospitalNovember 2013
Gag rules at Catholic hospitals limit what doctors can do—and say.
Rajkamal Kahlon: A Time for Breaking LawsJuly 2013
An intervew with the Jameel Jaffer, the Director of the ACLU's Center for Democracy, about surveillance, privacy, and the importance of "meta data."