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ACLU files motion to dismiss lawsuit that limited ICE protests outside...

Attorneys from ACLU-NJ have filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit that limited U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) protests outside Hudson County Executive...

NJ Together, ACLU call on state leaders to find common ground...

New Jersey Together and the ACLU called on Gov. Phil Murphy and the state legislature to find common ground on removing mandatory minimum sentencing...

After help from JCACM & ACLU, Solomon proposes Jersey City CCRB...

After working alongside the Jersey City Anti-Violence Coalition Movement and the New Jersey chapter of the ACLU, Ward E Councilman James Solomon is unveiling...

Jersey City activists look to state legislature to grant subpoena power...

While yesterday’s New Jersey Supreme Court decision  on Newark’s Civilian Complaint Review Board didn’t yield the results Jersey City activists were hoping for, they...

Religious leaders file suit claiming freeholders violated Sunshine Law when renewing...

Seven religious leaders have filed a lawsuit alleging that the Hudson County Board of Chosen Freeholders violated the Open Public Meeting Act, also known...

Hudson County freeholders, activists spar over probe into death of ICE...

The Hudson County Board of Chosen Freeholders sparred with a number of activists over a probe into the death of a local prisoner who...

As Jersey City adds police body cameras, ACLU calls for more...

Just before the Jersey City council approved a $1.2 million contract for police body cameras, the ACLU expressed their concerns about the statewide initiative...

ACLU: Hudson County jail needs to update immigration detainment policy

Ari Rosmarin, the Public Policy Director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), told the Hudson County Board of Chosen Freeholders that changes need...