Judge Conley rejected the state’s medical evidence as unsound, the court held that “the only reasonable conclusion is that the legislation was motivated by an improper purpose, namely to restrict the availability of abortion services in Wisconsin.”
The American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin, the ACLU LGBT Project, along with attorneys from Mayer Brown filed a motion today in the case of Wolf v. Walker asking the U.S. District Court to clarify that both parents in a same-sex married couple must be listed on the birth certificates of children born while they are married.
Mr. Robinson is the third individual to be killed by a Madison police officer in the last ten months.  Madison has a problem that cannot be ignored.  Whatever this problem’s causes may be, the Madison Police Department needs to take all steps possible to reduce the likelihood of excessive use of force incidents and other types of...
The American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin, along with 12 other community organizations and leaders, have asked for greater public input and transparency in the confirmation process for nominees to the Milwaukee Board of Fire and Police Commissioners.
On the heels of the ACLU’s emergency motion today to keep Wisconsin's voter ID law from immediately taking effect, state officials announced they would delay the law's implementation for the April election.  
What will the Madison Police Department do to ensure that Madison police officers stop killing unarmed individuals, when they have killed three people in the past year?  The MPD needs to find ways to hold officers accountable, so that they will know there will be consequences for their actions.
ACLU Victory in Admitting Privileges Case
Wisconsin: Recognize Same-Sex Couples’ right to be on Birth Certificates of their Children
ACLU Statement on Tony Robinson Shooting
Transparency Needed for MKE Fire & Police Commission Nominees
No Voter ID Needed on April 7!
ACLU Statement on Dane County DA Decision
Racial Justice Through Marijuana Decriminalization
Let Me Vote