The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to election officials statewide to provide guidance on voter challenges that are becoming increasingly common as we get
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The ACLU of Georgia commends the Cobb County Board of Elections & Registration for its vote to dismiss 1,350 voter challenges filed in the last
The ACLU of Georgia commends the Forsyth County Board of Elections’ decision Tuesday to dismiss over 15,000 voter challenges. Sustaining these voter challenges at the
Georgia physicians, reproductive health care providers, and advocates filed a lawsuit in the Superior Court of Fulton County bringing a state constitutional challenge against H.B. 481, a law banning abortion at approximately six weeks of pregnancy — just two weeks after a person’s first missed period and before many people even know they are pregnant.
The American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of Georgia, and WilmerHale filed a federal lawsuit today on behalf of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the Sixth District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, and an individual Georgia voter challenging newly drawn district lines for the General Assembly on the grounds that they violate Section 2 of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.
In this federal class action, the ACLU is seeking an injunction directing the Georgia Department of Community Supervision to immediately provide qualified American Sign Language interpreters, auxiliary aids and services, and reasonable modifications to people who are deaf or hard of hearing who are on probation or parole.
Letter to Cobb County Board of Elections & Registration Urging Reversing Its Decision to Use the Police Academy as a Polling Place
Today, the ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to the Cobb County Board of Elections and Registration urging it to reverse its decision to move
Shon Thomas and Gwendolyn Cheney are two Black transgender women enrolled in Georgia Medicaid who have been unable to access gender-affirming surgical care. They have
Sixth District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church v. Kemp was filed in federal court in Atlanta. Civil rights groups filed this new federal lawsuit against Georgia’s sweeping law that makes it much harder for all Georgians to vote, particularly voters of color, new citizens, and religious communities.