At a time when the fundamental right to vote has increasingly become a partisan pawn, deep-seeded misconceptions surround who can and cannot vote, specifically as these rights apply to people who have been previously incarcerated.
The ACLU of Indiana is representing two prisoners at the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility, and was recently granted a preliminary injunction concerning the Indiana Department of Correction (DOC) facilities' policy that all incoming correspondence to prisoners must be in a plain white envelope
ACLU of Indiana Applauds Newton County Commission’s Opposition to Private Immigrant Detention Center
Following community conversation surrounding the possibility of amending or rezoning land in Roselawn to allow for GEO Group to open an immigrant detention center, the board of commissioners issued a statement rejecting support of the project.
ACLU of Indiana Statement:
We are disappointed by the actions the Roncalli administration has taken toward a member of their staff. Discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is inconsistent with our American values of fairness and equality.