ACLU ACLU Takes On Florida, Federal Officials Over Voter Data By Nick Evans • Jul 11, 2017 Erik Hersman via Flickr The American Civil Liberties Union is squaring off against Florida election officials and the Trump administration over voter information. ACLU Questions State Handling Of Algae Crisis By Jim Ash • Jun 8, 2017 AP A new report by the American Civil Liberties Union is raising questions about the state’s handling of last summer’s toxic algae blooms in South Florida. Revision Commission Under Fire For Draft Rules By Jim Ash • May 16, 2017 Orlando Weekly Progressive groups are keeping a close eye on the Constitution Revision Commission, and this week, they’re more worried than ever. It's the prestigious panel that meets every 20 years to put measures directly on the ballot. ACLU: Next Governor Will Reshape Supreme Court By wfsunews • Sep 14, 2016 A chronological quirk could make the next governor the most powerful in history, says ACLU of Florida chief Howard Simon. Advocates Say Civil Citiations The Ticket To Lower Recidivism By Jim Ash • Sep 14, 2016 Children’s advocates say civil citations are catching on, but too many young people are still being arrested for relatively minor crimes.