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  1. How the ACLU helped Reform Chicago

    March 25, 2011News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Open Government, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  2. How Many Surveillance Cameras Is Too Many?

    April 19, 2011News updateGovernment Surveillance, Open Government, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  3. Gettin' Things Done in Springfield

    April 21, 2011News updateGovernment Surveillance, LGBTQ and HIV Advocacy, Open Government, Women's and Reproductive Rights
  4. ACLU and Quaker Group Win Settlement Against Chicago Officials

    April 27, 2011News updateOpen Government, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  5. Illinois DNA Law More Than Sufficient

    May 2, 2011News updateOpen Government, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  6. Chicago Tribune: Open up, in the name of the law

    September 9, 2011News updateOpen Government, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  7. WBEZ: Poor data keep Chicago's stop and frisk hidden from scrutiny

    September 17, 2013News updateOpen Government, Racial Justice
  8. Governor issues amendatory veto on surveillance camera data collection

    August 16, 2011News updateGovernment Surveillance, Open Government, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  9. Camera Bill Passes Illinois House

    April 15, 2011News updateGovernment Surveillance, Open Government, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  10. ACLU Applauds Illinois Lawmakers Call for Transparency in use of Surveillance Cameras

    April 20, 2011Press releaseGovernment Surveillance, Open Government, Government Accountability and Personal Privacy

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