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American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut

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  • Justices Dismiss Law Tribune's Appeal Of Ruling That Barred News Story

    HARTFORD — The state Supreme Court will not weigh in on a dispute over whether the Connecticut Law Tribune should have been barred from publishing a story about a child protection case.
  • Advocates Hail Ignition-Lock Measure, Say It Will Save Lives

    Advocates Hail Ignition-Lock Measure, Say It Will Save Lives
    Mothers Against Drunk Driving Connecticut and law enforcement officials are celebrating legislation that they say strengthens the state's penalties against drunken drivers. Public Act 14-228, which takes effect on July 1, 2015, will require more...

    Ebola Concerns Prompt Malloy To Declare Public Health Emergency

    Ebola Concerns Prompt Malloy To Declare Public Health Emergency
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy issued an executive order Tuesday that gives the state’s public health commissioner broad power to quarantine anyone exposed to or infected with the Ebola virus. No Ebola cases have been publicly identified in Connecticut but...

    Murderer Sues To Get Books With Nude Pictures Delivered To Him In Prison

    Murderer Sues To Get Books With Nude Pictures Delivered To Him In Prison
    HARTFORD — A convicted murderer serving a 56-year sentence for the 1998 execution-style murder of a man in Old Saybrook is suing the state Department of Correction because he claims he was wrongly denied access to four books that include nudity....

    ACLU, New Britain Police Hold Forum On Digital Privacy

    NEW BRITAIN — The American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut is sponsoring a public forum Oct. 29 on police and digital privacy. Police Chief James Wardwell and David McGuire, a staff lawyer for the ACLU, will discuss new digital technologies...