‘When banks ask for photo IDs to cash checks or to open accounts, are they engaging in banking suppression?’
ACLU: ‘Rules of secrecy must yield because this is a highly unusual circumstance’
The Senate will vote Tuesday on the reforms
Nine states store newborn DNA indefinitely, but only Michigan requires parental consent.
‘If there were Internet slow lanes, you’d still be waiting’
‘You would expect the ACLU would defend the citizens of this country, but they are not’
‘Both the federal and local governments need to respect open records laws’
How special interests matter more than public opinion
‘I have to admit I was pretty shocked’
‘The trust of the American people…cannot be regained with legislation that achieves only modest changes’
‘Kids’ use of social media is the family’s business, not the school’s business’
‘I strongly urge you to withdraw this invitation’
The agency needs to send a strong message that it doesn’t tolerate crackdowns on free speech.
‘The president should end, not mend, the government’s collection and retention of all law-abiding Americans’ data’
Fighter for individual freedom ‘wouldn’t let her out of the restroom,’ say prosecutors
Governors and state legislatures should stand against usurping courts.
‘A lot of people in this town have been given amnesty’
After lots of yelling, civil liberties group intercedes against heartbroken lesbian
The cross was erected in 1954