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SC Lawmakers Must Reject the South Carolina Healthcare Denial Act

Today a SC Senate Medical Affairs Sub-Committee heard some testomony (they cut off testimony before we could all speak) on S.811, a bill that would give medical practitioners, health care institutions, and health care providers a license to discriminate in Sout

June 21, 2021

We Must End the War on Drugs (and the Vast Majority of Americans Agree!)

Fifty years ago today, the U.S. government launched a seemingly endless war on its people. The “war on drugs” has funneled hundreds of billions of dollars into policing and prisons. It has helped turn America into the incarceration capital of the world and has harmed countless people.
June 17, 2021

Bringing Mobile Justice to South Carolina

Jamal Sutherland, George Floyd, and Walter Scott should be alive today. We know their names despite the system’s best efforts to cover up or hide the truth. We know their names because their killings at the hands of law enforcement were caught on tape.
May 25, 2021

2021 ACLU of South Carolina Post Session Report

Want to learn more about our work to protect our basic rights and liberties at the legislature? Read our summary of the legislation that the ACLU of South Carolina engaged on during this session.
May 20, 2021