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12-Year Old’s Do Not Belong in Adult Court

Young people should remain in the juvenile justice system, regardless of their crimes. Senate Bill 279 would automatically waive juvenile court jurisdiction over children 12 years and older who have been accused of attempted murder or murder, sending children to the adult court and prison systems.

March 12, 2019 Smart Justice Racial Justice

Why Trans Hoosiers Must Be Included As A Protected Class

My name is Monica Valadezza. and I am a daughter, a sister, an aunt and a soon to be wife. I am a Latina woman who immigrated from Mexico to the United states. I reached the American dream of becoming an American citizen in 2002. I also happen to be transgender.

February 18, 2019

Case Closed - Leo Pride GSA to Receive Equal Treatment

A settlement was reached this month in which East Allen County Schools has agreed to allow Leo Pride Alliance to change its name to Leo GSA (Gay Straight Alliance), and to provide the organization with all meeting, communication and fundraising opportunities provided to other groups.

January 24, 2019 LGBTQ Rights Project

Thank You for Fighting with the ACLU in 2018!

Our team at the ACLU of Indiana is grateful for the thousands of volunteers, supporters and donors here in our community, who give their talents, time and resources in the pursuit of justice.

December 6, 2018

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