Lawmakers trying to pass these bills may present them as protective, but a closer look shows they actually would have cruel impacts on the state’s most vulnerable populations.
FIGHTING FOR THE CIVIL RIGHTS & LIBERTIES OF ALL GEORGIANS
Despite visible opposition, Georgia's Senate Education and Youth Committee passed Senate Bill 88.
Our big push this week was fighting against Senate Bill 63, which chips away at the progress the state has made in criminal justice reform.
ACLU of Georgia Opposes SB 473, a Consumer Privacy Bill that Favors Industry Over Protections for Georgians' Private Information
SB 473 favors protecting big technology companies rather than the privacy rights of Georgians.
ACLU Urges Georgia Lawmakers to Reject Unnecessary Bill Expanding Georgia’s Already Overbroad and Excessive Terrorism Laws
The Georgia General Assembly will consider SB 523, a bill that, if enacted, would expand Georgia’s already misused terrorism laws.
Georgia Senate Bill 63, which forces people who can’t afford to pay bail to languish in jail, is unlawful and the ACLU of Georgia will sue if the governor signs it into law.