We're celebrating Giving Tuesday 2020 by supporting partners throughout the state.
Over the past year, the ACLU-KY fended off attacks on civil liberties in the courts, stopped bad bills and promoted good bills in Frankfort, launched its largest Get Out The Vote campaign ever, grew its staff, and more.
In an unprecedented year, it’s only natural to have an unprecedented election. It’s the first in our lifetimes to occur during a global pandemic, and one in which a record number of Kentuckians will vote by mail.
Amendment 1 is a well-intentioned but irresponsible proposal to permanently change Kentucky's Constitution. The measure will appear on voter's ballots as Amendment 1 in the 2020 general election.
It’s not often that you see an ACLU attorney, a Republican senator, a commonwealth attorney and members of the tea party agreeing on something. This may be a first in Kentucky history, but we all agree that Marsy’s Law is bad for victims and wrong for Kentucky.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court justice who first rose to national prominence as an ACLU lawyer fighting for equal rights for women, has died at 87 years old.