Today, a federal court ruled that 11-year-old Becky Pepper-Jackson must be allowed to try out for the girls’ cross-country and track teams at her school, blocking West Virginia from enforcing a law that bans transgender girls and women from participati
ACLU-WV Warns Parkersburg: Proposed Moratorium on New Residential Substance Abuse Rehab Facilities Violates the Law
The American Civil Liberties Union of West Virginia is urging the City of Parkersburg to reconsider a proposed ordinance “Imposing A Moratorium Upon New Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Group Residential Facilities.”
Today, the Network for Public Health Law, Mountain State Justice, Inc., March of Dimes, Cabin Creek Health Systems, and several pre-eminent West Virginia health experts — including Dr.
A judge has granted our request for a temporary restraining order against enforcement of SB 334, a bill that bans many lifesaving harm reduction programs in West Virginia.
ACLU-WV Legal Director Loree Stark issued the following statement on the judge's decision:
The American Civil Liberties Union of West Virginia (ACLU-WV) filed suit today in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia to stop a new law that could significantly worsen the nation’s worst HIV outbreak.