The ACLU of Georgia sent the Cobb County Sheriff’s Office an open records request regarding conditions at its Adult Detention Center.
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On April 4, 2019, and November 6, 2019, the ACLU of Georgia, Georgia Justice Project, and Atlanta Legal Aid Society sent letters to the Roswell Police
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to the Clayton County Board of Elections and Registration urging it to reverse its decision to move a polling place to a police station.
Letter to Jeff Davis County Board of Elections to Reopen a Polling Location in a Predominantly Black Precinct
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter asking the Jeff Davis County Board of Elections to reopen a polling location in the Hazlehurst Precinct, a predominantly black precinct.
Letter to Peachtree City Council: Freedom to Criticize Government Officials Protected by First Amendment
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to the Peachtree City Council regarding its proposed “Revised Indemnification Resolution,” which would allow politicians to spend precious taxpayer dollars on potentially frivolous defamation lawsuits against ordinary citizens who dare to criticize them.
Letter to Chatham County Sheriff Chatham County Sheriff to Rescind Policy Banning Books, Publications in the Jail
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter of intent to sue to Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp and the Chatham County Board of Registrars because of letters the board sent to Thunderbolt resident Jennifer Hill and more than 300 other voters threatening to remove them from the voter rolls.
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter asking the Lowndes County Board of Elections to reopen a polling location on the Valdosta State University (VSU) campus.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia sent a letter to Cobb County Sheriff Neil Warren warning him for appearing to engage in government censorship to silence constituents who have been blocked from posting on the sheriff department’s official Facebook page.
Letter to the State Legislative Leadership to Demand They Protect the Freedom of Expression in the Galleries
The ACLU of Georgia sent a demand letter to the leadership of the State Legislature and the Capitol Police insisting that they protect the Freedom
Letter to Gwinnett and All Other County Election Officials Demanding They Count Absentee Ballots That Are Missing Birth Date Information
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to Gwinnett County election officials and all county elections officials throughout the state demanding that they stop rejecting absentee ballots solely based on missing birthdate information.