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Hearing Testimony

Jan
29
2015
Testimony Regarding the Risks of Police Body-Worn Cameras

Written testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union given by Johanna E. Miller, Advocacy Director. Submitted to the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing, Listening Session on Technology and Social Media at the University of Cincinnati Tangeman University Center Great Hall on January 31, 2015.

Jan
21
2015
Testimony Regarding Proposed Resolution Calling on the U. S. Congress to Pass the Women’s Health Protection Act

Testimony of Katharine Bodde on behalf of the New York Civil Liberties Union before the New York City Council Committee on Women’s Issues regarding Proposed Resolution Calling on the United States Congress to pass the Women’s Health Protection Act

Jan
12
2015
Testimony Regarding Proposed Rulemaking Implementing Local Law 17’s Disclosure Requirements for Pregnancy Services Centers

Testimony of Katharine Bodde on behalf of the New York Civil Liberties Union before The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs Regarding the Proposed Rulemaking implementing Local Law 17’s disclosure requirements for Pregnancy Services Centers

Jan
8
2015
Testimony in Support of a Resolution Regarding Competent Minors’ Ability to Consent to HPV Vaccination

Testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union before The New York City Council Committee on Health and the Committee on Women’s Issues in support of a resolution regarding competent minors’ ability to consent to HPV vaccination

Dec
19
2014
Testimony Regarding Proposed Rule to Establish "Enhanced Supervision Housing"

The New York Civil Liberties Union1 respectfully submits the following testimony regarding the proposed rule for enhanced supervision housing. The Department of Correction faces a daunting task in attempting to address violence in its facilities, while at the same time trying to move away from deeply ingrained and highly ineffective punitive approaches and toward more humane and successful evidence-based practices.

Dec
15
2014
Testimony Before City Council Public Safety & Courts and Legal Services Committees On Summons Court Operations and Impact

The New York Civil Liberties Union (“NYCLU”) respectfully submits the following testimony regarding the operations of New York City’s Summons Courts. The NYCLU, the New York State affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan organization with eight offices across the state and nearly 50,000 members. The NYCLU’s mission is to defend and promote the fundamental principles, rights, and constitutional values embodied in the Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution and the Constitution of the State of New York.

Nov
21
2014
Statement of the NYCLU In Opposition to Continued Barriers to Voter Access

The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) is grateful for the opportunity to provide comment to the State Board of Elections regarding Chapter 273 of the Laws of 2014, and the impact of the continued exemption of certain local bodies from the requirements of Election Law § 7-202. The NYCLU, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with eight chapters and regional offices and nearly 50,000 members across the state, works to defend and promote the fundamental principles, rights and constitutional values embodied in the Bill of Rights of the U.S.

Nov
10
2014
Testimony on Correction of Gender Markers on Birth Records

Testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union before The New York City Council Committee on Health regarding Legislation Relating to the Correction of Gender Markers on Birth Records (Int. No. 491 and Int. No. 492) November 10, 2014 I. Introduction

Oct
15
2014
Testimony Regarding Immigration Detainers

Testimony of Donna Lieberman on behalf of the New York Civil Liberties Union Before the New York City Council Immigration Committee In Support of Int. 486 and 487 October 15, 2014 I. Introduction

Oct
8
2014
Testimony Regarding the Treatment of Adolescents in NYC Jails and at Rikers Island

Testimony of the New York Civil Liberties Union1 before the New York City Council Committee on Fire and Criminal Justice Services & Committee on Juvenile Justice on the treatment of adolescents in New York City Jails and the United States Department of Justice’s report on violence at Rikers Island October 8, 2014 I. Introduction

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