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1 Mississippi justices: No broad absentee voting during COVID
2 Mississippi voters with underlying conditions may vote absentee
3 City considering striking panhandling rules
4 Drive-thru voter registration at Tougaloo College
5 Mississippi seeks to dismiss lawsuit on elections amid COVID
6 Mississippi seeks to dismiss elections lawsuit amid COVID
7 Mississippi auditor targets professor over 'scholar strike' | Govt-and-politics
8 MDOT to build more fences to stop homeless encampments at underpasses
9 Absentee voting begins today in Mississippi, here's what you need to know
10 Four Mississippi legislative races headed for runoff after special elections
11 Lower Courts Agree — It's Time to End Qualified Immunity
12 Mississippi to vote on Jim Crow-era law designed to secure 'white supremacy' in state politics
13 Student organizations push for voter registration at UM
14 At Least Three Mississippi Legislative Races Going to Runoffs
15 Federal judge blocks Tennessee abortion counseling law | Cnn Politics
16 MSU Gender Studies program to host Riley-Collins for virtual presentation
17 Four Special Elections Will Fill Mississippi Legislative Seats
18 Mississippi ACLU names new executive director
19 Mississippi absentee ballot rules challenged amid pandemic
20 What We're Reading: Top State Stories 10/1
21 Analysis: GOP keeps control amid special legislative races
22 States with the most felony disenfranchised voters | Latest Headlines
23 Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Remembered as a "Giant" on the Nation's Highest Court
24 Mississippi voters head to polls Tuesday to fill four open legislative seats
25 ACLU sues Mississippi over mail-in voting laws | TheHill
26 State legislative special elections to be held in Mississippi
27 Special elections set for September 22. Is one in your district?
28 Amnesty International slams Palantir's human rights record
29 Who are the third party candidates running for president?
30 Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court’s Feminist Icon, Is Dead at 87
31 Lawsuit seeks clarity on Mississippi voting amid COVID-19
32 Mississippi voters and COVID-19: Lawsuit filed over absentee ballot provision
33 Most Dangerous States for Schools to Reopen Revealed
34 Plant-Based Companies File Lawsuit Over Oklahoma Labeling Law Requiring Words like “Meat Substitute” Be Made More Prominent
35 Mississippi Rep. Dortch resigns, takes job with ACLU – Ballotpedia News
36 ACLU meets with Mississippi lawmakers
37 ACLU Executive Director announces resignation, effective immediately
38 Obituaries
39 Mississippi ALCU discusses impact on Breonna Taylor decision
40 5 Immediate Steps To Rein in DHS in the Wake of Portland
41 Nevada to vote on scrapping man-woman definition of marriage in state Constitution
42 Sheriff, ACLU propose plan in Mississippi racial bias case
43 ACLU Leader Steps Down to Focus on Attorney General Race
44 ACLU relaunches call to lift panhandling bans in Mississippi
45 Crime reports: Friday, Oct. 2, 2020
46 COVID-19 Pandemic Response | News & Commentary
47 Oxford Artist Takes Permit Denial to Federal Court
48 Rights groups call for federal inquiry into Mississippi prisons
49 How much did it cost? Madison Co. wants amount in racial profiling settlement kept secret
50 Beyond the protests: Get involved in groups, community to push for change
51 Burks, et al. v. Scott County, Mississippi
52 ACLU: New evidence in Mississippi racial profiling lawsuit
53 Mississippi ACLU director leaves amid attorney general race
54 Civil Rights Groups File Lawsuit Alleging Massive Human Rights Violations at Mississippi Prison
55 Lawsuit: Mississippi voting laws cause risk during pandemic
56 Second lawsuit filed to ease Mississippi's voting restrictions during COVID-19 pandemic
57 How confirming a conservative SCOTUS nominee will reshape American life
58 The Propaganda War Against Voting by Mail
59 Coronavirus in MS: What restrictions can officials enact, what happens to rule-breakers?
60 The Debate Over Mississippi's Religious Freedom Law
61 Crime reports: Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020
62 What Have We Learned from the Spies of Mississippi?
63 Federal Wardens Must Immediately Flatten the Curve in our Nation's Prisons
64 The East Mississippi Correctional Facility Is 'Hell on Earth'
65 Mississippi Sentences Man to 8 Years in Prison for Medical Marijuana He Purchased Legally in Another State
66 Black people in a Mississippi county are ‘under a permanent state of siege,’ according to an ACLU lawsuit
67 ‘See you in court’: ACLU files nearly 400 cases versus Trump
68 Jackson city councilman running for House District 66 seat
69 America, It Is Time to Talk About Reparations
70 Voting advocates lose a suit in Ga. but file new ones in N.H. and Miss.
71 City mayors dispute ACLU claims | News | desototimes.com
72 Mississippi ACLU director runs for attorney general as Dem
73 Why Mississippi Officials Needed to Answer for Inhumane and Dangerous Prison Conditions
74 Advocates Demand Federal Inquiry Into Mississippi Prisons
75 Home Is Where My Fear Lives. Here's My Story of Being Black in Madison County, Mississippi.
76 Internal Email Reveals Racism in Madison County Sheriff's Department
77 The Racist History of Abortion and Midwifery Bans
78 Lynn Fitch defeats Jennifer Riley Collins to become Mississippi’s next Attorney General
79 ACLU Director steps down
80 Groundbreaking Decree in Mississippi Bans Solitary Confinement of Kids Convicted as Adults
81 We're Grateful for the Constitution
82 Wicker Urges Support for Law Enforcement Amid Riots
83 Judge, sheriff issue statement in Madison County consent decree
84 Racial profiling lawsuit: Here's how much Madison County had to pay to settle
85 Mississippi elections laws | Columnists | leader-call.com
86 Clearing the Record: How Eviction Sealing Laws Can Advance Housing Access for Women of Color
87 Body camera policies in Mississippi fail to safeguard transparency, ACLU finds
88 Galloway v. Mississippi
89 The National Archives Doctored A Photo Critical of Trump. We're Demanding Answers.
90 Arkansas Made It Illegal to Call a 'Veggie Burger' A 'Burger.' We're Suing.
91 Reparations – Has the Time Finally Come?
92 More Than 60 Years After His Brutal Murder, Emmett Till Deserves Justice
93 The Battle for Abortion Access Is In the States
94 Elections chief 'a bit concerned' about USPS returning ballots in time for general election
95 Jennifer Riley Collins Could Be Mississippi's First Woman and Black AG
96 ACLU Report Reveals Ongoing Racial Disparities in Cannabis Arrests
97 Court Leaders Nationwide Send Message to Debtors' Prisons: Courts Are Not ATMs.
98 ACLU says data shows discriminatory policing; seeks class action status
99 Analysis: Life Experience Shapes Attorney General Candidates
100 ACLU targets Democrats, Republicans with mobile coronavirus billboards | TheHill