ACLU of Oklahoma and partners submit a draft executive order addressing the most urgent next steps in addressing COVID-19 in our prisons and jails before it becomes a crisis that overwhelms not only custodial care providers but the Oklahoma medical system at large.
Freedom Oklahoma and the ACLU of Oklahoma Urge State, Local Leadership to Take Further Steps to Protect Resident
Freedom Oklahoma and the ACLU of Oklahoma released recommendations that the Oklahoma City government, State officials, and policymakers across Oklahoma must consider to achieve a fair and effective response to COVID-19.
Thank you to the Oklahoma City Municipal Judicial leadership for an urgent response to COVID-19 that centers the public health of everyone who is a part of the legal system, especially those currently detained.
Urgent Action Needed to Protect Individuals in Oklahoma's Prisons and Jails from Coronavirus-19 Pandemic
The ACLU will be watching closely to make sure the government's response is scientifically justified and no more intrusive on civil liberties than absolutely necessary.
While most Oklahomans are aware that our legislature is meeting, it can be hard to follow along with what exactly is happening--so much of what goes on inside the Capitol is shrouded in layers of process and jargon.
In Canadian County, Oklahoma if you have the money, you get out of jail. If you are poor, you stay in. That’s why we sued.
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