American Civil Liberties Union

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ACLU Set To Protect St. Louis Street Performers From City Ordinance

The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging a St. Louis city ordinance that requires street performers to audition and pay a permit fee.

07/12/2013

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Franklin County Officals Pay Close Attention To Supreme Court Case

Franklin County officials are waiting for a Supreme Court ruling involving a separation of church and state case in New York.

05/29/2013

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Ste. Genevieve Co. Inmates Get Their Paper Back

The American Civil Liberties Union says Ste. Genevieve County and former inmate Stanley Schell have settled a lawsuit filed in January.

05/10/2013

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ACLU Involved in Headlight Flashing Case

A new lawsuit accuses police in Ellisville of violating the rights of drivers by prosecuting those who flash headlights to warn others.

04/18/2013

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Judge Again Orders Stop To Mo. Campus Drug Tests

The lawsuit claims the program violates students’ Fourth Amendment rights against unlawful searches and seizures.

03/22/2013

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Judge: Library Can’t Block Website Content

U.S. District Judge E. Richard Webber issued the ruling Tuesday in St. Louis in a case involving the Salem Public Library.

03/06/2013

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Mo. Lawmaker Draws Support For Drone Spy Ban

A House committee heard testimony on legislation by Rep. Casey Guernsey that would outlaw the use of unmanned aircraft to conduct surveillance.

02/05/2013

Missouri DUI Case Goes To The U.S. Supreme Court

“It was a very significant invasion of personal privacy and personal dignity to have someone plunge a needle in your arm while you’re handcuffed and restrained.”

01/08/2013

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Mo. Lawmaker Proposes Drone Surveillance Measure

Rep. Casey Guernsey says he does not want state government to monitor residents more than it currently does.

12/31/2012

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Supreme Court Rejects Illinois Plea To Block Taping Of Police

The justices on Monday left in place a lower court ruling that found that the state’s anti-eavesdropping law violates free speech rights.

11/26/2012

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