Longmont Settles Case Over Warrantless Police SearchesLongmont has reached a settlement with residents of a subsidized housing apartment complex whose homes were searched by police without warrants.
Lawsuit: Officers Told Black Man 'Your Kind... Is Not Welcome Here'The Aurora Police Department is facing another lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union, this time over alleged racial profiling.
Aurora Settles With Taser VictimThe City of Aurora will pay a $110,000 settlement to a man who was unlawfully detained and tasered.
Virginia Honors Pair Who Challenged Interracial Marriage BanWhen Richard and Mildred Loving had the audacity to marry, Virginia law officers jailed them.
Frontier Airlines Being Sued Over Flight Attendant Breastfeeding ComplaintThe American Civil Liberties Union has filed a discrimination complaint against Frontier Airlines on behalf of two female flight attendants who want to pump breast milk while on duty.
Police Chief: Denver Not In Business Of Doing ICE WorkDenver's police chief will take some American Civil Liberties Union recommendations for undocumented immigrants to Mayor Michael Hancock on Wednesday.
ACLU, Police Agree On Denver's Sanctuary City PolicySome American Civil Liberties Union supporters find themselves in an awkward place – agreeing with the Denver Police Department. At least when it comes to the policy to not aid federal authorities arresting undocumented immigrants.
Police Settle Racial Profiling LawsuitColorado Springs has settled a lawsuit over a traffic stop in which a black man was pulled from a car by police officers. The city will pay out $212,000 to two brothers who claim they were racially profiled by officers.
Unsuspecting Passenger At Center Of Protest At DIAA federal judge has halted part of President Trump's executive order regarding immigration.
Police Respond After Taking Blankets From HomelessThe Denver Police Department is defending officers who were caught on video taking blankets and tents from homeless people when temperatures dropped to below freezing overnight.
'Not Widespread Practice': Mayor On Police Taking Blankets In Frigid TempsDenver Mayor Michael Hancock says the video that shows police officers taking blankets from protesters camped outside in front of city hall is "not a widespread practice."
ACLU Pens Letter To Mayor About Homeless And The Camping BanThe American Civil Liberties Union is asking the City of Denver to reverse a policy where the possessions of homeless people are being taken in the name of evidence for a crime.

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