It doesn’t make sense to incarcerate people who are no longer a threat to public safety. A Second Look law would empower and protect victims of crime, not re-traumatize them.
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phone call fees to Virginia prisons are so expensive that it takes three jobs for me to afford my daily calls to Tay. That’s why I’m so anxious to see a bill move through the General Assembly, SB378/HB801,...
This interactive toolkit is for LGBTQ+ students, parents, educators, and allies dedicated to LGBTQ+ rights in Virginia’s at K-12 public schools – as well as for all those who care about them.
ACLU of Virginia files suit against Virginia Department of Education on behalf of two transgender students
“VDOE’s 2023 model policies harm the very students they’re supposed to protect. They contradict both their legal mandate and the evidence-based best practices they’re supposed to reflect, and they have...
Senate bills to ban transgender athletes are dead, but the Virginia Department of Education is still targeting trans inclusion in sports
“VHSL’s policies for transgender athletes have worked for over a decade,” said Breanna Diaz, Policy and Legislative Counsel for ACLU of Virginia. “Banning trans students from playing sports consistent with...
ACLU affiliates issue a response to Republican governors’ escalation of immigration enforcement.
In the courts
King v. Youngkin
King v. Youngkin claims that Virginia is in violation of the 150-year-old federal law that established the terms of Virginia’s readmission to representation in the United States Congress after the Civil War.