The ACLU of Vermont is announcing six new staff positions in its legal, advocacy, and communications programs, including four new hires as well as the promotion of the organization’s two Senior Staff Attorneys, Lia Ernst and Jay Diaz, to the roles of Legal Director and General Counsel, respectively.
In a letter sent to the Agency of Education (AOE) today, the ACLU and the Disability Law Project of Vermont Legal Aid are calling for an end to funding school police with Medicaid reimbursements.
The federal district court in New Hampshire ruled yesterday that an ACLU lawsuit challenging Customs and Border Protection’s immigration checkpoints in New England may proceed.
Cassandra Keating and Joel Fowler filed a complaint with the Vermont Human Rights Commission (HRC) against the Bennington Select Board for unlawfully retaliating against the couple.
Records held by Vermont’s former prison healthcare contractor are subject to public records law and must be disclosed