Today, the United States District Court for the Western District of Kentucky granted the ACLU of Kentucky, National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR), and Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP’s motion for a preliminary injunction blocking Section 4 of Senate Bill 150.
ACLU-KY Calls on Justice Partners to Collaborate to Keep Jail Populations Down in Wake of The Bail Project Transition
The Bail Project Louisville today announced it will end direct bailout operations in Kentucky and transition their work to advocacy for systemic pretrial justice and pretrial detention reforms.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky, ACLU, PPFA, and PPGNHAIK today filed motions to dismiss the case EMW v. Daniel Cameron.
On behalf of the Kentucky Resources Council, the Kentucky Equal Justice Center, and the ACLU of Kentucky, attorneys from the ACLU of Kentucky and the national ACLU’s State Supreme Court Initiative filed an amicus brief asking the Court to strike down Senate Bill 126, a “change of venue” law.
ACLU of Kentucky and Partner Organizations File Motion for Preliminary Injunctive Relief in Doe v. Thornbury
Today the ACLU of Kentucky, with partner organization the National Center for Lesbian Rights and law firm Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, filed a motion for preliminary injunctive relief from Section 4 of SB 150, the ban on essential healthcare for trans youth in 2023.
The ACLU of Kentucky has engaged counsel as of May 18, 2023, and has agreed, as we always intended, to voluntarily recognize a union made up of ACLU of Kentucky employees.