Right to Videotape Police

The case brought by Chris Sharp against the Baltimore City Police Department has played a key role in championing the First Amendment right to videotape police actions in public.

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Transform Baltimore

The ACLU of Maryland's Education Reform Project is leading the campaign for a funding plan to renovate and modernize every Baltimore City school building by 2020.

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Tackling Overincarceration in Maryland

The U.S. has 25% of the world’s prison population - learn more about out what the ACLU is doing in Maryland to change that

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Building Communities of Opportunity

Learn about the ACLU's Fair Housing Program and the landmark case Thompson v. HUD.

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Comprehensive Immigration Reform

ACLU is fighting for an immigration reform bill with the potential to be a historic advance for the civil rights and liberties of immigrants and all Americans.

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The Maryland War on Marijuana in Black and White

ACLU of Maryland report analyzes arrest rates & trends for marijuana possession by race for every county.

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2014 ACLU Policy Report

What happened with your rights in Annapolis this year?

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07/22

GROUPS THANK GOVERNOR O'MALLEY FOR LEADERSHIP ON CHILD REFUGEE CRISIS

Letter offers help in welcoming children to our state >>

07/08

MONTGOMERY COUNTY COUNCIL URGES STATE TO DECRIMINALIZE POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA PARAPHERNALIA

Representatives of Maryland's most populated county say possession of marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia should be among its lowest law enforcement priorities >>

07/03

ACLU TAKES ACTION FOR POLITICAL FREE SPEECH IN HANCOCK, MD

New charter amendment sets unconstitutional durational limits for campaign signs >>

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