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Report: CBP Vulnerable to Corruption, Lacks Oversight According to CBP Integrity Advisory Panel

  PDF: INTERIM REPORT OF THE CBP INTEGRITY ADVISORY PANEL WASHINGTON, DC – A scathing internal report performed by the CBP Integrity Advisory Panel, a subcommittee of the Homeland Security Advisory Council, concludes that the nation’s largest law enforcement agency, Customs and

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ACLU of NM Reacts to SCOTUS Blocking Texas Anti-Abortion Law

ALBUQUERQUE, NM—Today, pending appeal, the Supreme Court of the United States blocked the implementation of portions of the omnibus anti-abortion bill, HB 2, a Texas law that would force all but 9 clinics in Texas to close. Representatives for clinics

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Job Announcement: Administrative Specialist

Overview The American Civil Liberties Union of New Mexico (ACLU-NM) seeks a detail-oriented, organized, friendly and experienced Administrative Specialist.  The Administrative Specialist handles various administrative, bookkeeping, and human resource activities, provides administrative support, and troubleshoots issues relating to equipment and

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ACLU of New Mexico and Denny’s Franchisee Resolve Local Discrimination Complaint

DEMING, NM — The ACLU of New Mexico today announced a positive resolution to a discrimination complaint made by a group of LGBT customers against the Denny’s restaurant in Deming, NM.  The complaint arose when the individuals alleged that they

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Border Patrol Violence Must Stop

 By Chris Rickerd, ACLU Washington Legislative Office  JUNE 5, 2015 | 5:00 PM Two days before graduating from the State University of New York-Canton with a degree in law enforcement leadership, 21-year-old Jessica Cooke was stopped in her car by

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