The ACLU argued in a court filing Monday the state’s Republican attorney general shouldn’t be granted a temporary injunction forbidding Kansans to change driver’s licenses to affirm their gender identity.
Officials at R.V. Haderlein Elementary in Girard forced an 8-year-old Native American boy to cut his hair, despite objections that he grew it out to connect with his cultural heritage.
No one has been executed in Kansas since 1965. Citing anti-abortion beliefs and love for Jesus Christ, several Kansas conservatives affirmed Saturday their commitment to making sure that status continues.
Rainbow Kids & Families has partnered with the ACLU of Kansas to host a workshop Tuesday on the protection of LGBTQIA+ students within the K-12 educational setting.
Police can take money, cars and other property from Kansans through a process called civil asset forfeiture. Police say it’s a tool that stops criminals. But opponents say law enforcement takes too much.
A judge proposed unprecedented court oversight of the Kansas Highway Patrol to break the agency’s affinity for unconstitutional searches of vehicles.
A district judge has granted a motion allowing transgender Kansans to intervene in AG Kris Kobach’s lawsuit that would require Kansas driver’s licenses to list an individual’s sex assigned at birth instead of their gender.
A judge said Wednesday she would quickly respond to a request by transgender Kansans to intervene in a lawsuit filed by AG Kris Kobach seeking affirmation of his belief a new state law required driver’s licenses to reflect a person’s sex assigned at birth.
The Kansas Highway Patrol has been ordered to stop its infamous “two-step” technique by a federal judge, in what the ACLU of Kansas calls a “huge win” for all motorists using state highways.
A new report from the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas examines the effect county election officials can have on voter turnout and urges them to adopt policies that support democracy.
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