Praise for New Illinois Limits on Cellphone TapsACLU says technology is "too powerful to remain unregulated"
Federal Appeals Court Reinstates Ferguson Grand Juror's SuitA federal appeals court ruled Monday that a judge wrongly tossed a lawsuit by a woman wanting to speak publicly about her time on the grand jury that declined to indict the Ferguson police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man.
Judge Finds Cape Girardeau Noise Ordinance UnconstitutionalTony Rothert, the legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri, says this law has gone too far.
Federal Trial over Ferguson-Florissant School Board Election UnderwayThe trial is expected to last the rest of the week.
Federal Lawsuit Begins Against Ferguson-Florissant School DistrictThe ACLU believes the district is violating the Federal Voting Rights Act in electing his board members.
ACLU to Appeal Court Ruling in MO Drug Testing CaseUnder the policy, students had to pay a $50 fee for the drug test and could be blocked from attending if they refused to be tested.
ACLU: Missouri Needs to Protect Students' Free Speech RightsA campus email sent Tuesday instructs recipients to call university police as soon as possible and notes that while such speech isn't always illegal, students can nonetheless be punished by the Office of Student Conduct.
Transgender Woman Files Complaint Against Iowa HotelTaylor, a black transgender woman from the St. Louis area whose legal name is Derez Flowers, says staff at the Drury Inn & Suites in West Des Moines discriminated against her and another transgender woman in July.
Woman, Son Sue Southeast Missouri Town, Claiming HarassmentA southeast Missouri woman and her son are suing their hometown, the mayor and police, accusing them in federal court of harassment and violating their civil rights.
Stenger Defends Charges Against Ferguson ProtestersCounty Executive does not believe charges filed a year after arrests give county a black eye.
Activists Seek More Reforms, One Year After Ferguson UproarAssociated Press review finds 40 new state measures passed in U.S. since death of Michael Brown
Judge: Missouri Broke Law Keeping Execution Supplier SecretNational news organizations are suing the state because the Department of Corrections withheld public information.