The civil rights organization is hunting for a constitutional solution to the law that discriminates against LGBT couples.
The Gloucester County School Board's requirement that trans students use only single-stall restrooms is unconstitutional, the ACLU argues.
Kai Short, already joined by the ACLU, got support this week from Delaware's governor in his ongoing pursuit of a legal name change.
If passed, the law would see trans and gender-nonconforming people fined up to $1,000 and jailed up to a year for using the 'wrong bathroom' in public.
While Monica Jones and her supporters are celebrating the end of her legal battle, they say the decision has allowed Phoenix to avoid a constitutional challenge to its vague 'manifesting prostitution' laws.
It's time to kick things up a notch.
On behalf of a trans high-schooler, the ACLU argues that "privacy" in bathrooms can easily be handled without being discriminatory.
In a potentially game-changing move, the U.S. Army has allowed two transgender veterans to update their names on their discharge papers.
After being found guilty of 'manifesting prostitution,' advocate Monica Jones is pushing back against the law that she contends is unconstitutionally vague and targets trans women of color.