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  1. Tortured U.S. Citizen Sentenced to 18 Months Time Served in U.A.E. on Unspecified Charges

    October 12, 2009News updateImmigrants' Rights
  2. Tortured U.S. Citizen Freed from Middle Eastern Prison

    October 30, 2009News updateImmigrants' Rights
  3. Hundreds of Immigrants Will Finally Become U.S. Citizens Under Terms of Lawsuit Settlement

    November 9, 2009News updateImmigrants' Rights
  4. Lawsuit Challenges City of Costa Mesa's Anti-solicitation Ordinance

    February 2, 2010News updateFreedom of Speech and Government Transparency, Immigrants' Rights
  5. Ahilan T. Arulanantham's on Humanitarian Law Project v. Holder

    March 2, 2010News updateCriminal Justice and Drug Policy Reform, Freedom of Speech and Government Transparency, Immigrants' Rights
  6. Hector Villagra Appointed Legal Director of the ACLU of Southern California

    February 9, 2010News updateImmigrants' Rights
  7. Longtime Executive Director Ramona Ripston Announces Retirement

    February 23, 2010News updateFreedom of Speech and Government Transparency, Immigrants' Rights, LGBTQ Equality
  8. Immigrants with Mental Disabilities Lost in Detention for Years

    March 26, 2010News updateCriminal Justice and Drug Policy Reform, Immigrants' Rights
  9. Immigration Officials Announce Release of Detainees with Mental Disabilities Who Were Lost in Detention for Years

    March 31, 2010News updateCriminal Justice and Drug Policy Reform, Immigrants' Rights
  10. 'Reforms' on way for immigration detainees

    March 26, 2010News updateImmigrants' Rights

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