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ACLU-VA Submits Comment to Oppose the Proposed 2022 Model Policies on the Privacy, Dignity, and Respect for All Students in Virginia’s Public Schools
On September 29, 2022, the ACLU of Virginia added its voice to over 50,000 comments opposing the proposed model policies for transgender and nonbinary students.
On August 30, 2022, a judge rejected an effort to label two books as obscene and illegal to sell or lend in the state of Virginia. “The First Amendment protects literary expression, even when some people...
Amy Woolard has joined the ACLU of Virginia (ACLUVA) as the newly created Chief Program Officer. The CPOr will provide oversight and guidance to the ACLUVA’s legal, policy, and community organizing programs...
In the courts
Virginia Obscenity Proceedings against Two Books
On behalf of Virginia bookstores & others, we urged a Virginia court to dismiss obscenity proceedings that would block two books from being sold & distributed in Virginia. Baseless claims of obscenity should not be allowed to override our First Amendment rights.