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ACLU of Oregon
The ACLU of Oregon is a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to defending and advancing civil liberties and civil rights in Oregon.
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We will continue to fight for the fundamental right to protest.
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ACLU May 17
No one can say we didn't warn Alabama: If you try to ban abortion, you'll have to answer to ALL of us.
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ACLU May 17
🎉 The House just passed the Equality Act, for the first time in US history advancing nationwide, comprehensive protections from discrimination for LGBTQ people. This is a big victory towards true, lived equality. Your move, Senate.
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ACLU of Oregon May 16
Victory! The Oregon Legislature passed HB 3289. This is a crucial step toward ensuring our jails and prisons are more humane.
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Causa May 16
"This is a safety issue. When people can drive with the proper training and have a driver’s license, it makes it easier for everyone." Thanks for the support Senator !
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Bobbin May 16
35K views! Help us get to 40k by tomorrow and let the Oregon House Representatives know that now is the time for for thoughtful, evidence based reforms to how we treat youth in our justice system!! Support SB 1008.
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ACLU of Oregon May 16
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It's time for Oregon's laws to reflect our values. That's why we are proud to support SB 1008. If you believe young people should have rehabilitation and education instead of adult prison sentences, contact your lawmakers today: .
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ACLU of Oregon May 16
SB 1008 will keep our communities safer by ensuring youth experience rehabilitation, not the adult prison system. Read this great piece in The Dalles Chronicle:
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ACLU of Oregon May 15
No matter his job title, Kevin McAleenan serves and leads in an administration ideologically committed to dehumanizing immigrants — and that regrettably remains unchanged.
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ACLU of Oregon May 14
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Learn more about the , the Equal Access to Roads Act, here!
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ACLU of Oregon May 14
Join us tomorrow as we phone bank for the Equal Access to Roads Act, which would provide all Oregonians the opportunity to apply for a driver license. Nobody should be separated from their families over a simple traffic stop.
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ACLU May 14
Abortion care is still available in the states that have passed six-week abortion bans. Here’s what you can do right now to support people in need.
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ACLU of Oregon May 14
Congress has a constitutional duty to defend and protect the rights of the American people, including the First Amendment right to participate in political boycotts—even boycotts of Israel. We expect them to fulfill that duty.
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Kimberly McCullough May 14
Excellent video explaining why we need to pass SB 1008!
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OJRC May 13
It's time for youth sentencing reform in . Oregonians overwhelmingly want a justice system focused on rehabilitation for youth not harsh punishments and lengthy sentences. Ask your rep to support . Video by
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ACLU of Oregon May 13
There’s a horrific American tradition of holding people at Guantanamo unlawfully. It’s long past time we bring it to an end and close Guantanamo for good.
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Jay Ellis May 12
This Mother’s Day, take a moment to watch the ’s video feature on incarcerated women. This issue impacts all of us. Watch these videos and please share. ()
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OJRC May 11
It’s time to make our justice system fairer and more effective for youth offenders. Thank you Director O’Leary and Director Peters for speaking out on this important issue.
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ACLU of Oregon May 13
Private entities that contract with the government should not be exempt from The Freedom of Information Act just because they deem the information "confidential."
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ACLU of Oregon May 12
Debt-based license suspensions are not about safety, they are about poverty. Taking a driver license away when someone is unable to pay a fine or fee doesn't make our roads safer. Click here to let your lawmakers know you support !
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