Urgent Action: Social Media Privacy Bill (HB 1739)

Tell Governor Ige: Protect my social media privacy! Governor David Ige has indicated that he may veto H.B. 1739; This bill would make it illegal for employers to force employees to disclose their personal social media passwords, and it would also stop employers from using passwords saved to work computers to spy on their employees. […]

ACLU Hawaii publishes 2016 voting rights guide

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The right to vote is fundamental, and the ACLU works throughout the nation to defend it for all. We have updated our Hawai‘i-specific Voting Rights Guide for the 2016 elections, please review and give us your feedback. The ACLU is strictly non-partisan, we never endorse any candidates or parties. UPDATE 7/20/16: Free copies are available […]

POLICE BODY CAM BILL (SB 2411) UPDATE 5/5/16: Mahalo for supporting the ACLU of Hawaii’s efforts to bring much-needed transparency to policing practices in our state! The police body camera bill, S.B. 2411, would have set the best, most comprehensive policies of any body camera law in the nation. Unfortunately, this bill was met with […]

https://acluhi.org/2016/05/06/3790/

Stories sought on employment discrimination due to pregnancy and parenting

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The ACLU’s Women’s Rights Project is interested in hearing about your experiences with employment discrimination due to your pregnancy, or your employer’s failure to grant you accommodations in the workplace. https://action.aclu.org/secure/sex-discrimination-employment

Support S.B. 2411 for a statewide, comprehensive law on police body cameras

Join the ACLU of Hawai‘i in supporting SB 2411! http://www.acluhi.org/body-cameras