US & ACLU Deeply Divided On How To Reunify Separated FamiliesThe Trump administration and the American Civil Liberties Union on Thursday revealed widely divergent plans on how to reunite hundreds of immigrant children with parents who have been deported since the families were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border.
ACLU Sues Faribault, Says Rental Ordinance Racially DiscriminatesThe ACLU says requirements disproportionately affect black residents, who are arrested at a higher rate than whites, and Somali-Americans.
ACLU Calls Worthington Arrest 'Disturbing,' Seeks InvestigationThe ACLU is calling for an investigation into a Minnesota drug task force agent in connection to dashcam video of an arrest last summer in Worthington.
ACLU Files Complaint Against AG SessionsAttorney Christopher Anders says Sessions made false statements during sworn testimony in January.
Head Of Minnesota ACLU Stepping Down Due To Health IssuesAfter 20 years, the head of the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota is stepping down.
ACLU-MN Calls For Reform Following Mankato Police ShootingThe American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota is calling for transparency and reform following the fatal police shooting of a Shakopee teacher.
ACLU Sues City Of St. Anthony For Castile Shooting Squad Car VideoThe American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Minnesota is suing to get crucial video of a shooting that rocked the world.
BCA: Jamar Clark Shooting Investigation CompleteThe Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says it’s completed its investigation into the fatal police shooting of Jamar Clark last November in north Minneapolis.
ACLU's 'Mobile Justice App' Launches In Minn.; Aims To Hold Police AccountableThe American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Minnesota released the "Mobile Justice App" on Friday, which officials said will empower individuals to hold Minnesota's law enforcement agencies accountable for their actions.
ACLU Says New App Holds Powerful Tools; Police Raise ConcernsThe American Civil Liberties Union will launch its "Mobile Justice App" in Minnesota Friday. The technology allows users to instantly send video of police interactions to the ACLU.
Judge Denies Plea To Expand Acceptable Forms Of Voter IDA federal judge on Monday denied a civil rights group's request that voters be allowed to use more forms of photo identification at Wisconsin's polls, marking another chapter in a string of legal decisions surrounding the politically-charged voter ID requirement.
Police Survey: Most Minnesotans Approve Of Local PoliceDespite recent high-profile police killings, most Minnesotans are still strongly supportive of their local police forces.