Petition filing complements ongoing litigation against the United States Coast Guard for kidnapping and abusive treatment of four Jamaican men
An analysis of 48 Florida counties shows fewer than one in five Floridians with past felony convictions would be eligible to vote under the new law
MIAMI – The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously ruled today that the Brevard County, Fla., Commissioners’ policy of using religious beliefs to determine who can offer invocations at public meetings is unconstitutional and discriminatory.
ACLU and Disability Independence Group Sue Florida Department of Corrections for Placing an Epileptic Person in Isolation Because of his Disability
Lawsuit states the incident violated numerous federal laws and state statutes that protect the disabled from discrimination
Federal lawsuit filed immediately after governor signed bill into law
Letters with county-specific report cards reveal Florida’s current harsh zero-tolerance discipline policies have disparate impacts on students of color, students with disabilities and LGBTQ youth, which will only worsen with the implementation of Senate Bill 7030.
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