Wheeling Intelligencer – Leaders of the Northern Panhandle chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union met in Wheeling Monday to discuss three goals the organization has, outlining their trajectory for the next three years. Read article.
Eight local residents attended the meeting, held at the First State Capitol building on Eoff Street for the Campaign Kickoff Event. There, Policy Director Eli Baumwell presented the ACLU’s goals, the motivation driving them and statistics backing them up. The ACLU’s goals are to achieve juvenile justice reform, criminal justice reform and to defend democracy.
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