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The state has not yet come up with an acceptable remedy to address the “horrendously inadequate” and unconstitutional mental health care and staffing needs of the Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC), the SPLC will argue today in closing arguments at a federal trial to correct the problems.
Craig Nelsen, a longtime anti-immigrant activist with a history of promoting white nationalist ideals, has resurfaced in Lexington, Missouri, after years of inactivity.
Two monuments commemorating a Reconstruction-era fight for white supremacy stand on public property in a majority-black town in central Louisiana, the only markers to an 1873 riot that killed 150 African Americans.
Fifteen Kentucky residents who are enrolled in Medicaid filed a class-action lawsuit today against the Trump administration, challenging its approval of sweeping changes to Medicaid law that will endanger the health care of tens of thousands of low-income individuals and families in the state.
The SPLC sent public records requests to 17 Florida counties this week, demanding more information about their recently announced plans to collaborate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
The first sign that the neo-Nazis had arrived in Knoxville came a few minutes past noon with the sound of shouting outside a downtown parking garage.
Courts in 14 Alabama counties awarded $2.2 million to law enforcement agencies through civil asset forfeiture actions filed in 2015 – and in a quarter of the 1,100 cases, law enforcement sought to keep property seized from people who were never even charged with a crime, according to a report released today by the SPLC and the Alabama Appleseed Center for Law & Justice.
The Black Creek Conservation Club, an environmentally- friendly outdoor recreation facility in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, will begin the New Year with fresh leadership after a court-ordered vote by its membership last week.