While the lawsuit is pending, the first outright ban on participation of transgender athletes anywhere in the world and the only statewide statute restricting the participation of transgender and intersex athletes in the country will not go into effect.
The Court struck down the Idaho statute that deprived tenants of their right to a jury in eviction proceeding, finding the statute was unconstitutional under the Idaho Constitution.
Boise, ID — The ACLU of Idaho celebrates the United States Supreme Court decision, in a 5-4, to uphold the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program — affirming that the Trump administration’s termination of DACA was illegal.
Billie Jean King, Megan Rapinoe and Other Athletes Tell NCAA: Move 2021 Events in Idaho due to Anti-Trans Law
Athletes Join Dozens of Advocacy Groups in Calling on the NCAA to Uphold its Commitment to Inclusion
ACLU of Idaho, Idaho Legal Aid Services File Urgent Lawsuit to Enforce Tenants' Rights in Eviction Proceedings
Lawsuit enforces tenants’ right to jury trial
On May 31, 2020, 99 Years after the Tulsa Race Massacre, Leading Rights Groups and Leaders Join to Accelerate Momentum around Reparations and H.R. 40 with Forum Series