LITTLE ROCK – The ACLU of Arkansas today issued the following statement regarding the Arkansas Legislature’s passage of House Bill 1570, which would prohibit healthcare professionals from providing or even referring transgender young people for medically necessary health care.
LITTLE ROCK – The ACLU of Arkansas issued the following statement regarding the Governor Hutchinson signing Senate Bill 289 into law. Senate Bill 289 would allow any medical provider to refuse to provide life-saving health services purely on the basis of conscience.
LITTLE ROCK – The ACLU of Arkansas today released the following statement regarding Governor Hutchinson’s decision to sign Senate Bill 354, which bans transgender girls from participating in school sports.
ACLU of Arkansas Statement on Bill to Eliminate Early Voting on Monday Before Election Day, An Option Used By 51,000+ Voters in 2020
LITTLE ROCK – The ACLU of Arkansas released numbers today showing that at least 51,479 Arkansans voted on the Monday before the 2020 election, an option that would be eliminated under a bill introduced in the Arkansas Legislature.
LITTLE ROCK – The ACLU of Arkansas issued the following statement regarding passage of Senate Bill 289, which would allow health care providers to deny health care services to people for almost any reason.
LITTLE ROCK – The ACLU of Arkansas today condemned Governor Asa Hutchinson for signing Senate Bill 6, a near total ban on abortion, into law.