FRANKFORT, Ky.—The American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky (ACLU-KY) today announced the settlement of a highly publicized lawsuit that challenged former Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin’s practice of permanently banning or blocking social media users who posted comments his staff deemed “off-topi
The ACLU of Kentucky is joining the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and law firm ECBAWM to sue Louisville Metro Police Department for its military-style response to peaceful protests.
ACLU-KY Calls on Senators McConnell & Paul to Include Everyone, Regardless of Immigration Status, in COVID-19 Testing, Treatment, and Relief
ACLU-KY sent a letter this week urging Senators McConnell & Paul to expand COVID-19 testing, treatment, and much-needed COVID-19 relief to protect the health and future of the country.
Statement from ACLU-KY Staff Attorney Heather Gatnarek on U.S. Supreme Court ruling in June Medical Services v. Russo.
The following statement can be attributed to ACLU-KY Board of Directors Member Omar Salinas-Chacón regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on DACA in DHS v.
ACLU-KY Files Federal Lawsuit to Free Seven Medically Vulnerable People from Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women
ACLU-KY filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking relief for seven incarcerated people at Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women who are at particular risk deadly complications from COVID-19 infection.