ACLU Idaho Legislation

The ACLU of Idaho works with members of the state legislature, state agencies and commissions, and the Governor’s office and executive branch to advocate for legislation that will protect and strengthen our civil liberties. We lobby policymakers, analyze proposed bills, draft and present testimony, collaboratively strategize with coalition partners, and work to build grassroots community power for legislative reform.

Among many other civil liberty issues, our legislative work includes criminal justice reform, reproductive rights, LGBTQ equality, immigrant rights, disability rights, privacy, religious freedom, and free speech.

ACLU Idaho 2020 Legislative Priorities

View ACLU of Idaho legislative priorities for the 2020 Idaho Legislature. 

 

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2020 -- Rule docket 06-0000-1900, Execution non-disclosure

The ACLU of Idaho opposes IDOC rule 06.01.01 that grants the IDOC director discretion to withhold public records from disclosure regarding information related to executions. This proposed rule flies in the face of an Idaho court’s decision in the Cover v.

January 13, 2020

2019 Legislative Report & Scorecard

It was the first session for newly elected Governor Brad Little and the legislature welcomed numerous new lawmakers from around the state.

January 3, 2020

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