The Missouri Voter Protection Coalition Partners sent a letter of policy recommendations to Gov Parson and Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft regarding ensuring our constitutional right to vote during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Criminal Justice and Health Stakeholders send letter to the Missouri Supreme Court regarding COVID-19 safety
The ACLU of Missouri, Arch City Defenders, Macarthur Justice, Public Defenders, NAACP, along with criminal justice and health stakeholders send a joint letter to Chief Justice George W. Draper III, Supreme Court of Missouri, urging him to grant relief to the state jail population.
We urge stakeholders to develop and implement holistic policies that align with guidance from public health experts and that will minimize the harm inflicted on people involved in the criminal legal system.
As Missouri gathers resources and establishes plans to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 within its borders, we hope that the legislature will consider the ACLU of Missouri as a resource in its work to develop a response plan that protects the health, safety, and civil liberties of all.
The court finds the ordinance is an extremely broad prohibitory law, that authorizes any police officer to put an end to expressive conduct on a street or sidewalk at any time for any reason, whether he dislikes a speaker’s message or simply wants her to hurry up
Prone restraint, seclusion, isolation, suspensions, and segregation. These are antiquated and barbaric practices in our schools that are harmful to children and disproportionately effect children with disabilities and children of color.
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