ATLANTA – The right to join with fellow citizens in protest or peaceful assembly is critical to a functioning democracy and at the core of the First Amendment.
ATLANTA – “Today, the Georgia General Assembly made the best possible case for the passage of the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act in the U.S. Senate.
Best possible case for the passage of the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act
Press Statement ACLU of Georgia: Top Six Reasons to Oppose SB 202, Another Anti-American Democracy Bill
ATLANTA – The ACLU of Georgia opposes Senate Bill 202, another anti-voter bill that attacks absentee voting, criminalizes giving Georgians a drink of water to their neighbors, allows state takeover of county elections, and
Press Statement ACLU of Georgia Opposes Senate Bill 200, an Extreme, Dangerous, and Unnecessary Bill that Endangers Public Health and Safety
ATLANTA – The ACLU of Georgia opposes Senate Bill 200, a bill with extreme, dangerous, and unnecessary government restrictions on religion.
Christopher Bruce, ACLU of Georgia Political Director, To Testify at Public Hearing