We at the ACLU of Montana believe it is our duty to keep the public informed about the state of their civil liberties. While our work at the legislature, in the courts, and in our communities is imperative to our mission, it is equally crucial to have a public that is informed and engaged.
Great Nations Should Keep Their Word – The U.S. Supreme Court can reaffirm the right of the Crow Tribe to hunt and fish on traditional treaty landSeptember 11, 2018
My name is Melissa Smylie. I am a mother, a former AmeriCorps member, and student. I also have three felony convictions and a hefty handful of probation violations. I have reclaimed my life, but re-entry into life after being convicted and incarcerated was hard.
JOINT STATEMENT FROM THE ACLU OF MONTANA AND MONTANA HUMAN RIGHTS NETWORK
Over the past sixteen months, many Americans have grown used to the Trump administration’s racist and xenophobic immigration policies. After all, Trump’s presidential campaign was built on the promise of an unnecessary southern border wall.
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