Topic : ACLU

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Greyhound asked to adopt sanctuary policy in face of rider interrogations

Government Issues| April 2, 2018

The ACLU sent a letter to Greyhound last week asking the company to deny immigration agents from boarding its buses unless they have a judicial warrant for a specific passenger.

ACLU sues WMATA for barring 'political' ads

Management & Operations| August 10, 2017

Agency's policy, which has been in place for two years, forbids accepting ads “intended to influence members of the public regarding an issue on which there are varying opinions” or “intended to influence public policy.”

Management & Operations| April 30, 2015

Pa. agency sued for not running atheists ads

Since 2012, the NEPA Freethought Society has tried unsuccessfully to run various ads on COLTS buses. The rejected ads say “atheists” along with the group’s name and/or website.

Bus| August 12, 2011

Pittsburgh agency loses appeal over ads

The case has cost the authority more than $230,000, based on the agency's response to an ACLU Right to Know request in September 2009. If the agency does not appeal the case further or loses the appeal, it would end up paying the plaintiff's legal costs, which were more than $300,000 at the end of the district court trial.

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