North Carolina — The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina sent letters today urging Senators Burr and Tillis to expand COVID-19 testing, treatment, and much-needed COVID-19 relief in order to protect the health and future of the country.
ACLU Challenges North Carolina Witness Requirements That Put Voters at Risk During COVID-19 Pandemic
RALEIGH, N.C. — The American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of North Carolina, and Sullivan & Cromwell filed a lawsuit today challenging absentee ballot witness requirements that needlessly put North Carolinians at risk of exposure to COVID-19.
RALEIGH– In response to a lawsuit and motion for a temporary restraining order filed Friday morning by civil rights groups, a federal judge today granted a consent temporary restraining order following an agreement reached by the City of Graham, the Alamance County Sheriff, and plaintiffs.
ACLU of North Carolina Sues Charlotte for Public Records on Law Enforcement Weapons and Surveillance Equipment for RNC
Charlotte officials have stonewalled requests for public documents for eight months.
In response to a lawsuit filed today by civil rights advocates, journalists, and protesters, a North Carolina Superior Court judge today granted a temporary restraining order forcing the City of Charlotte to halt the use of force against peaceful demonstrators.