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American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut

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  • Red-Light Cameras, Red-Hot Debate

    Last week some Democratic office-holders including the maor of New Haven, re-launched the annual and so-far-unsuccessful legislative push to legalize red-light enforcement cameras in Connecticut.
  • 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. The state's highest court was asked for its opinion after...

    New ACLU Director Highlights Police Militarization, Right-To-Die As Priorities

    The American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut announced a new executive director Wednesday, selecting Stephen Glassman, a longtime human rights advocate who previously worked for other states' ACLU branches, for the leadership role. Glassman, who...

    Judge Orders Law Tribune Not To Publish Story

    In a ruling that is drawing sharp criticism from free-speech advocates, a Superior Court judge has ordered the Connecticut Law Tribune not to publish a story about a child custody case. Judge Stephen Frazzini on Monday granted a motion filed in New...

    Judge Lifts His Order Barring CT Law Tribune From Publishing Story

    Judge Lifts His Order Barring CT Law Tribune From Publishing Story
    NEW BRITAIN — A Superior Court judge lifted his own ruling Wednesday that prohibited the Connecticut Law Tribune from publishing a story about a child protection case, saying the order no longer made sense because information about the case had...