The ACLU of Vermont's complete litigation docket is listed below and will be updated as new lawsuits are filed.

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ACLU affiliates in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont filed a lawsuit to require government agencies to turn over records about civil rights violations arising from immigration enforcement in their states. The lawsuit was filed against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S.

May 8, 2018

Duffort v. Vermont Agency of Education, et. al.

Each year, the Agency of Education collects data on bullying, harassment, and hazing at individual Vermont schools. Although Vermont law requires the State Board of Education to annually produce a school-by-school report of this data, that never happened.

February 7, 2018 Open Government

Croteau v. City of Burlington

The ACLU of Vermont, along with cooperating attorneys Jared Carter and Gary Sarachan, has filed a class action complaint on behalf of Brian Croteau, Larry Priest, and other homeless Burlington residents, contesting "evictions" the city uses to displace homeless residents from camps established on

October 20, 2017