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ACLU of Vermont

The ACLU of Vermont was founded in 1967. During its history, the ACLU has been involved in a wide range of issues, from free speech to race and sex discrimination to unlawful searches to education equity. Underlying the positions the ACLU has undertaken on all issues is adherence to the constitutional freedoms spelled out in the Bill of Rights.

ACLU of Vermont 2009 Annual Meeting Keynote Address

The 2009 Annual Meeting of the American Civil Liberties Union of Vermont features the keynote address of Anthony J. Marro, award-winning investigative journalist and retired Newsday editor, speaking on "Who Will Hold Government Accountable When There Are No More Newspapers?" Event held at the Capitol Plaza, Montpelier, VT on October 31, 2009.

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