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Faces of Liberty: Marcia Segal

  • November 25, 2015
  • Posted in Anniversary

This is one in a series of profiles marking the 60th anniversary of the ACLU of Kentucky’s founding. Each week through December 2015 we will highlight the story of one member, client, case, board or staff member that has been an integral part of our organization’s rich history. Marcia Segal “If we don’t stand up […]

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Historic Executive Order Restores Voting Rights for Former Felons

  • November 24, 2015
  • Posted in News

November 24, 2015 Governor Steve Beshear signed an executive order that will automatically restore the right to vote and hold public office for felons who have completed their sentences, excluding those who were convicted of violent or sex crimes, bribery or treason. The ACLU-KY applauds Governor Beshear for taking an important step toward breaking down […]

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Update: Rowan County Marriage Refusals Lawsuit

  • November 20, 2015
  • Posted in Legal

Rowan County Couples Point to Governor’s Admission He Lacks Authority To Declare Altered Licenses Valid Brief Filed Supporting Request That District Court Enforce its Orders Requiring Licenses Be Issued Without Interference November 20, 2015 Couples from Rowan County, Kentucky today filed a brief in U.S. District Court supporting their prior assertion that the Rowan County clerk’s […]

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