A federal judge temporarily blocked the law that requires doctors to lie to their patients about abortion.
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A federal judge has issued modifications to a 1978 court order that prohibited the Memphis government from monitoring the constitutionally-protected political activities of residents.
We joined with partners to file an amended lawsuit asking for immediate relief to protect people in the Shelby County Jail from widespread infection, serious injury and death from COVID-19.
In a victory for religious freedom, a federal district court issued a permanent injunction late yesterday prohibiting the Smith County School System from unconstitutionally imposing religion on students.
The city of Mt. Juliet today abandoned its efforts to ban the provision of procedural abortion care within the city limits following an ACLU lawsuit.
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Tennessee abortion providers filed a lawsuit today challenging a requirement that forces doctors to provide false and misleading information to their patients about the potential to “reverse” a medication abortion.
ACLU-TN's statement on new Tennessee law targeting protesters
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