A federal judge on Monday approved a settlement to end the segregation of HIV-positive inmates in Alabama prisons, but it will be months before the practice concludes.
It’s up to a federal judge in Montgomery to decide if the Alabama Department of Corrections can continue to isolate inmates who have tested positive for HIV even though the virus is no longer considered a death sentence.
A Mississippi man has taken his wife’s last name after the ACLU complained he was told by state officials that he would need a court order to do so because it was not traditional.
[POLL] The Mo Ivory Show: Should Schools Be Allowed To Test Girls Whom They Suspect Of Being Pregnant?
A school in Louisiana has made it their duty to keep pregnant girls out of their school. They have implemented a new pregnancy policy that if a girl is suspected of being pregnant then they will require […]
BLAIRSVILLE – (WAOK/AJC) – The American Civil Liberties Union has taken up the cause of a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan, which applied to adopt a portion of a north Georgia highway. The ACLU […]