On June 12, North Dakota voters will decide which candidates for statewide and legislative office will appear on the November ballot. Voter ID laws have changed. Here's what you need to know before you go to the polls.
Lawmakers are trying to give corporate interests tools to punish people for speaking up for their communities.
Students around the country are turning last week’s heartbreaking school shooting in Parkland, Florida, into an inspiring and exemplary push for legislative change. In the last few days, many people have asked whether schools can discipline students for speaking out. The short answer? It depends.
This week we learned that a Christian motivational speaking organization was invited to speak at Linton High School in Linton, ND. We're taking action. Do you know your religious freedom rights at school?
Network neutrality is the principle that the companies who sell access to the internet don’t get the power to influence how people use the it.
ACLU of North Dakota joins ongoing DAPL court fight to defend the free speech rights of environmental organizations
We filed a friend of of the court brief today to defend the free speech rights of Greenpeace and other environmental organizations in federal court.
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