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I recently visited the Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama with our Executive Director Merf Ehman and a group from the Access to Justice Board, the Endowment for Equal Justice, and the Legal Foundation of WA. When I arrived, I did not know what to expect. As an...
A message from Executive Director, Merf Ehman, after going to the Equal Justice Initiative’s Legacy Museum: From Slavery to Mass Incarceration in Montgomery, Alabama.
Washington Supreme Court Clarifies Due Process Standard To Be Applied in Legal Challenge to Fair Chance Housing Ordinance
Advocates for people with criminal records now look to federal court to rule on landlords’ challenge.
Thursday: Appellate Court Hears Argument Regarding Seattle’s Practice of Impounding Vehicles Used as Homes
Washington State Court of Appeals, Division One, will hear oral argument in a case challenging the City of Seattle’s practice of impounding vehicles used as residences.
Several men at Clallam Bay Corrections Center sue WA Department of Corrections (DOC) over arbitrary punishment after they engaged in non-violent actions to raise legitimate concerns with DOC.
Letter to Yakima City Council urging the Council to reject the proposed change to the City Charter.
Short recap of the Imagine Justice event and a short survey to make help make the event better!
Several men were arbitrarily transferred from Clallam Bay Corrections Center across the state and illegally held in isolation.
Men at Clallam Bay Corrections Center (CBCC) arbitrarily punished after engaging in non-violent actions after the WA Department of Corrections refused to address serious problems despite repeated requests by men at CBCC.
Washington Supreme Court to Hear Oral Argument This Week in Case Concerning Farm Worker Exclusion from Overtime Protection
The Washington Supreme Court will hear oral arguments concerning Washington’s decades-old exclusion of farm workers from overtime protection.
El Tribunal Supremo de Washington escuchará el argumento oral esta semana en el caso de la exclusión de los trabajadores agrícolas de la protección de horas extras
El Tribunal Supremo de Washington escuchará argumentos orales sobre la exclusión de hace décadas en Washington de los trabajadores agrícolas sobre la protección de las horas extras.