The National ACLU is also opposed to adoptees having. their rights to their original birth certificates. Some local ACLU chapters around the country have been supportive of adoptees rights to their own original birth certificates. It seems the national ACLU doesn't believe that the 14th amendment applies to people who are adopted in this country. I think it's just become yet another corrupted political organization
These protesting ASU Students are laying their futures on the line in support ofsomeone who supported them for years Read the MadRiverunion for iintensive covererage
marcy is in a diffucullt position as is the new president---the problems
formed in the past administration-- it is"No--it is POLICY...NO-"--there is a
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Concerned citizen,ACLU since 1980,HSU student 9409-86690
by Mad RiverUnion informative---
I like that idea humboldtrick, and I would even take it a step further and say that we are each individually our own ACLU. If it gets down to it you need to advocate for yourself if you feel that your constitutional rights are not being respected by individuals or organizations that like to interpret laws how they see fit. I can easily see the ACLU being taken over in a clandestine move the way certain right leaning individuals tried to take over the HCDCC here. Sounds like the national strategy needs some revamping and perhaps a change in leadership.
Perhaps our local group should split from the national group (large organizations tend to become corrupt) and become the HCLU (Humboldt Civil Liberties Union) or possibly the PCLU (The People's Civil Liberties Union).
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