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  1. Bloomington Sign Reminds Residents of their Freedoms this Fourth of July

    July 3, 2012News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy
  2. Forty Years after Furman: Still "Fastened to the Obsolete"

    July 3, 2012News updateDeath Penalty Abolition
  3. New Senate Cyber Bill No Better Than Last Version

    July 3, 2012News updateGovernment Surveillance, Government Accountability and Personal Privacy
  4. Photographing Police: What Happens When the Police Think Your Phone Holds Evidence of a Crime?

    July 24, 2012News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Open Government, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  5. Interrupting the Violence

    July 25, 2012News updateCriminal Justice Reform
  6. Sheriff Arpaio on the Stand

    July 26, 2012News updatePolice Practices and Racial Justice, Racial Justice
  7. Happy Anniversary, New York! A Look Back on an Important Year for the Freedom to Marry

    August 2, 2012News updateLGBTQ and HIV Advocacy