Today’s Supreme Court final ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, overruling Roe v. Wade (Roe) and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, amounts to an assault on the rights of women, effectively relegating them to second-class status.
South Carolina Speaker of the House Agrees To New Redistricting Maps Following Civil Rights Legal Challenge
There's agreement to introduce and encourage enactment of a bill that would adjust South Carolina state House district lines for Black voters, lawsuit against the House reapportionment plan could continue
Children in Custody at South Carolina Juvenile Justice Centers Held in Nightmarish Conditions, New Lawsuit Alleges
A lawsuit filed April 26, 2022 alleges horrific living conditions for the more than 250 children detained by the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice.
ACLU of South Carolina Wins Settlement Over Individuals Wrongly Placed on State’s Sex Offender Registry
Attorney General, SLED agree to remove individuals unjustly published as sex offenders since 2003.
ACLU of South Carolina Strongly Opposes Legislation Attacking South Carolinians’ Constitutional Rights
We are fighting against legislation would strip away rights guaranteed under the South Carolina and U.S. Constitutions, and legalize discrimination against selected groups of South Carolinians.
ACLU of South Carolina, ACLU, and NAACP Represent SC NAACP in Lawsuit Challenging South Carolina Court System Ban on Automated Collection of Public Court Records
We filed a lawsuit challenging the South Carolina Court Administration’s categorical ban on automated data collection – known as “scraping” – on the Public Index, arguing the ban is an unreasonable restriction on SC NAACP’s right to access and record public court records under the First Amendment.