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Format: 2014-09-02
Format: 2014-09-02
Date Title
Dec 18, 2001 Certification Of Signatures For Anti-Gay Ballot Measure "Far From The Final Word"
Dec 17, 2001 Vicious Attacks On Senators Daschle And Leahy Seek To Force Speedy Confirmation Of Judicial Nominees
Dec 7, 2001 Will the Real Salvation Army Please Stand Up?
Dec 6, 2001 Ashcroft Resorts to the Politics of Intimidation to Silence Critics
Dec 6, 2001 Ideology Reigns at Ashcroft Justice Department
Dec 6, 2001 PFAW Foundation, Allies Sue Justice Department over Refusal to Release Information on Detainees
Dec 6, 2001 Congress Must "Support and Defend the Constitution"
Dec 5, 2001 PFAW Urges Meaningful Reform for 2002 Elections
Dec 5, 2001 Christian Coalition President Pat Robertson Resigns
Dec 4, 2001 DOJ rules must not leave survivors of gay and lesbian victims behind, Neas says
Dec 4, 2001 BAEO: Community Voice Or Captive Of The Right?
Nov 28, 2001 Statement by Ralph G. Neas, President of People For the American Way, concerning the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearings on civil liberties
Nov 15, 2001 PFAW Hails Gay Rights Victory in Maryland
Nov 15, 2001 PFAW Expresses Concerns Over Hoyer-Ney Election Reform Proposal
Nov 15, 2001 Ashcroft’s Relentless Assault On Civil Liberties
Nov 8, 2001 Senate GOP Exploits War on Terrorism to Promote Right-Wing Judges
Nov 2, 2001 A Disgraceful Silence Prevails In Florida
Oct 29, 2001 Virginia Ministers: Make Every Vote Count
Oct 29, 2001 Report Reveals Schundler's Right-Wing Ties
Oct 25, 2001 PFAW Is a Pal in Kalamazoo Equality Struggle
Oct 24, 2001 Terrorism Bill Will Require Vigilant Congressional Oversight, Monitoring By Civil Liberties Advocates
Oct 19, 2001 California Takes Two Steps Forward
Oct 18, 2001 Potential Closed-Door Hearing on Judicial Nominees Today “Would be Undemocratic and Unacceptable,” Says PFAW’s Neas
Oct 17, 2001 Report Documents Unprecedented Situation With Federal Judiciary, Calls For Unprecedented Bipartisan Solution
Oct 15, 2001 Federal Judge Strikes Down Va Internet Law; PFAW Foundation Hails First Amendment Victory
Oct 12, 2001 Bipartisan Anti-Terrorism Bill Abandoned in House, Civil Liberties Protections Sacrificed to Administration Pressure
Oct 4, 2001 Supreme Court Declines Review In Bedford School Case
Oct 4, 2001 Right-Wing Leader Urges Discrimination In Sept. 11 Aid
Oct 3, 2001 Virginians Urged To Confirm Their Voter Status
Sep 25, 2001 Supreme Court to Hear Crucial Cases This Term
Sep 20, 2001 People For the American Way Joins "In Defense of Freedom" Coalition to Ensure Protection of Constitutional Rights and Civil Liberties
Sep 19, 2001 People For the American Way Urges President Bush to Protect Civil Liberties, Embrace Strengthened Hate Crime Legislation
Sep 17, 2001 Arizona Tax Credit Law Shortchanges Educational Needs Of Disadvantaged Students
Sep 13, 2001 PFAW President, Ralph G. Neas, Addresses Divisive Comments by Religious Right Leaders
Sep 6, 2001 Attorney General John Ashcroft Installs Right-Wing "Dream Team" At Justice Department
Sep 5, 2001 PFAW Foundation President Urges Georgia School Board to Reject Blanket Ban on Profanity
Aug 22, 2001 People For the American Way President Ralph G. Neas Reacts to Senator Helms’ decision to leave the U.S. Senate at the End of His Term
Aug 21, 2001 'People For' Joins NAACP, Kodak and Ad Council to Launch Campaign to Spur Parent Involvement in Public Schools
Aug 17, 2001 CBS Decision to Drop Episodes Raises Concerns
Aug 17, 2001 Dilulio's Departure Signals Church-State Troubles
Aug 16, 2001 Bush Administration Views First Amendment As 'Barrier'
Aug 9, 2001 Appeals Court Says Show Must Go On
Aug 1, 2001 Federalist Society Shapes Key Bush Decisions, but Group Remains a Mystery to Public
Jul 31, 2001 Civil Rights Groups Urge Congress To Take Decisive Action On Election Reform
Jul 31, 2001 Civil Rights Group Urges Congress To Protect Gays In Employment
Jul 27, 2001 Federal Court To Decide Fate Of Virginia Law That Criminalizes Internet Content
Jul 26, 2001 Senate Poised To Do The Right Thing On Hate Crimes (Again)
Jul 19, 2001 In Close Vote House Passes Bush Administration’s Government-Religion Plan
Jul 17, 2001 Civil Rights Leaders Warn Of Constitutional Defects In H.R. 7
Jul 17, 2001 Free Speech Gets Burned In House Flag Vote
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