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The Constitution guarantees basic rights and freedoms to all people in America, not just U.S. citizens. Advocating fair treatment for non-citizens has been an important part of the ACLU’s work since its founding in 1920, when it opposed the summary arrest and deportation of Eastern European immigrants during the Palmer Raids.
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A nationwide class-action lawsuit on behalf of thousands of children who are challenging the federal government's failure to provide them with legal representation as it carries out deportation hearings against them.

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A Thurston County Superior Court judge ordered the removal of misleading and inaccurate language in the ballot title for Initiative 966, a measure seeking to restrict how individuals may prove eligibility for state and local public benefits.

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