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  1. ACLU to Defend Right to Keep and Publish Documents Obtained through FOIA

    January 6, 2011Press releaseFree Speech, Open Government
  2. Virginia Supreme Court to Hear Case Tomorrow Concerning Gloucester Voters Sanctioned for Efforts to Oust Public Officials

    January 10, 2011Press releaseFree Speech
  3. After ACLU Intercedes, Richmond Police Drop Case to Force Return of Documents Released Under FOIA

    January 11, 2011Press releaseFree Speech, Open Government
  4. ACLU Asks Herndon to Drop or Amend Solicitation Ordinance

    February 4, 2011Press releaseEquality & Sex Discrimination, Free Speech, Immigrants' Rights
  5. Legal Battle over Government Demands for Twitter Records Unsealed by Federal Court in Virginia

    February 9, 2011Press releaseFree Speech, Privacy & Technology
  6. Herndon Town Council Improves Controversial Solicitation Ordinance Aimed at Latino Day Laborers

    February 10, 2011Press releaseEquality & Sex Discrimination, Free Speech, Immigrants' Rights
  7. Newport News Officials Say They Support Repeal of Unconstitutional Ban on Panhandling

    February 24, 2011Press releaseFree Speech
  8. Virginia Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Gloucester Voters Sanctioned for Efforts to Oust Public Officials

    March 4, 2011Press releaseFree Speech
  9. Advocacy Groups Defend Right to Post Anonymous Reviews Online

    March 7, 2011Press releaseFree Speech
  10. Begging Charges Against Newport News Woman Dismissed

    March 10, 2011Press releaseFree Speech

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