ACLU of Colorado is devastated and angered to learn of the five lives lost and the 18 people injured during a mass shooting at Club Q, an LGBTQ+ nightclub in Colorado Springs, overnight.
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ACLU of Colorado lawyers filed suit today on behalf of Ruby Johnson — a 77-year-old grandmother whose Montbello home was subjected to a terrifying hours-long search last January by a Denver Police...
ACLU Sends Letters to 12 Colorado Governments Demanding They End the Unconstitutional Practice of Barring People with a Felony Conviction from Running for Office
In letters sent today to Weld County, and 11 Colorado cities and towns, ACLU of Colorado is demanding municipalities address unlawful restrictions in their charters that bar people with prior felony...
This Thursday, ACLU of Colorado will host its annual event, Toward Liberty: Celebrating 70 Years of Action, (formerly known as the Bill of Rights event) at the Ritz-Carlton, Denver.